“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness” — Mark Twain
In the face of a globalizing world, many of us fear that our communities will become less safe, less prosperous and less morally sound. We teach our children to be kind and open-hearted. However, we are challenged with a society that often does not
Hibernate no more!
As you ease back into your post-holiday routine and the novelty of icy temperatures starts to fade, we invite you and your young adventurer to find refuge in these sunny destinations.
We’ve hand selected a few of our favorite, anti-hibernation getaways and are already deep in meditation imagining ourselves on the beach in Hawaii.
This year, be mindful of the gifts that your children receive. What message are you sending with the gifts that you give? Are you supporting their independence and self-confidence? Will your gifts empower and support creativity? This year, show your child that you believe in their strength and their agency. Give them the opportunity to
Maybe you saw our previous “Our View” post about RLT’s teen travel program to Guatemala (lots of gorgeous colors and textiles, friendly faces and amazing animals). This week we wanted to share with you some breathtaking photos from one of our most popular summer community service programs, Peru: Pachamama. If you have