A beach holiday by the Caribbean features in everybody’s travel bucket list. And Cancun with its turquoise blue water, white and soft sandy beaches, adrenaline driving water sports, relaxing spas, mystical Mayan history, and quaint colonial towns attracts tourists from all over the world to this Mexican city. Some of them are looking for the best hotel for kids in Cancun.Read More
The 2 Idiots love, love, love South America. We spent almost 2 months of our wonderful journey across the world in this amazing continent and have nothing but great things to say about it. The food, the wine, the majestic beauty both above land and below the sea … we can go on and on and on.
Here are the countries we have traveled with our child in South America (Peru live and others coming soon!):
Argentina, Chile, Ecuador (Galapagos), Panama, Peru
Crystal clear waters and white sand beaches are symbols of the gorgeous Dominican Republic. Staying in the best resorts for kids in Punta Cana will fulfill your dreams of a perfect family holiday. There are so many brilliant places to choose from, and this guide will help you select what is best for you.Read More
We initially mentioned Pachacamac in the itinerary that you could follow when visiting Lima. In this post, we will expand upon why Pachacamac will be a great day trip for you and your family. Located about 45 minutes to an hour outside of Lima (depending on traffic, which can be very unpredictable), Pachacamac will offer you the chance to get out and experience more of Peru’s diverse and extensive history.Read More
Circuito Magico del Agua translates to The Magic Water Circuit—it is a fantastic water fountain park that is a Lima city icon. It was one of the coolest experiences that we had on our trip! The park has a total of 13 cybernetic fountains, all supported by the latest technology—and music, water, sound, and laser light come together to put on an incredible show.Read More
Why do The 2 Idiots recommend Lima, Peru?
We found Lima to be fantastic from a cultural point of view. We loved the cosmopolitan feel of the place, the cafes and museums, the history, as well as the food and drink.Read More