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Bringing the World to You

We believe so strongly in the power of travel to transform lives that we have dedicated our lives to making it more accessible. That’s why we are always working to find new and innovative ways to brin…

The Rainbow Island of Lace

Burano, Italy—also known as the rainbow island—is famous for two things: Venetian lace work from the 16th century and the colorful homes of its fishermen residents.

The Winchester Mystery House

Owned by Sarah Winchester from 1886 to 1922, the Winchester Mystery House is widely known for its architectural oddities.

Starbucks Around the World

With more than 32,000 Starbucks locations in 79 countries across six continents, you might imagine all Starbucks are created equal…

Movies and TV to Inspire Travel

There is nothing like escaping into another world when you turn on your TV. Some of the best travel inspiration begins with our everyday exposure to on-screen entertainment.

The Village of Dolls

Nagoro, Japan is a town that goes by many names. Located on the island of Shikoku, the village has a population of only 27 people—far fewer than the 300 dolls who call this village home.

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Family Travel Grants

Travelnitch donors are turning dreams into reality with the gift of travel. Our family grants program provides funding to families who might not otherwise have the access and opportunity to travel together…

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Big Writers, Little Ears

This new podcast, debuting in the Fall, will feature short travel stories written by big kids to engage younger travelers through the magic of storytelling…

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Starbucks Around the World

With more than 32,000 Starbucks locations in 79 countries across six continents, you might imagine all Starbucks are created equal…

Bedtime Stories

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Madrid’s Magical Fountain

Moving as close as I can toward the fountain’s edge, I toss the coin in. I wish this fountain could come to life. I close my eyes tightly, but when I reopen them, the fountain remains a cold, ston…

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My Field Trip to Ancient Egypt

I couldn’t take my eyes off the shiny gold box lying unsuspectingly next to a necklace on display. I was in a room full of Ancient Egyptian artifacts…

Strange & Spooky

The Winchester Mystery House

Owned by Sarah Winchester from 1886 to 1922, the Winchester Mystery House is widely known for its architectural oddities.

The Village of Dolls

Nagoro, Japan is a town that goes by many names. Located on the island of Shikoku, the village has a population of only 27 people—far fewer than the 300 dolls who call this village home.

We believe the great outdoors can inspire a lifelong passion for travel. That’s why we’re helping families explore more together—whether you’re camping, hiking, or exploring the wonders right in your own backyard, we’re sharing our favorite ways to get out and about!

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St. Peter’s Basilica

Print and color your very own St. Peter’s Basilica with this printable coloring sheet!

Trek’s Adventures in Petlandia

Join Trek the Travelnitch cat as he makes his way to Hollywoof in search of fame and fortune.

Trek Travels to Paris

Print and color your very own Trek in Paris with this printable coloring sheet!

Famous Landmarks

Print this famous landmarks crossword puzzle to keep busy when you’re on the go!

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Coin and Currency Club

Are you fascinated by money? The Coin and Currency Club could be a great way for your little explorer to discover new and unexpected places.

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By harnessing the power of travelnitch, we are shaping a new generation of explorers who will transform the world through understanding and acceptance.

By creating opportunities for parents and children to explore the world together, we can:
– Strengthen the bond between parent and child through a shared love of travel.
– Encourage families to leave their comfort zone and embrace diverse cultures.
– Forge a more meaningful connection between our kids and the world.

Here at Travelnitch, we believe:
– The hard questions in life are best approached with curiosity.
– Diversity is essential to creating a richer society.
– Embracing the unknown is key to learning resiliency.
– Change begins at home, but transformation takes place on the road.

Travelnitch

By making travel accessible to all families, we have the power to change how kids view the world and everyone in it. We believe travel to be an experiential education—and education is a right, not a privilege. It’s a tool that can foster empathy, build confidence, and support a more tolerant global perspective that benefits us all.

With more than a decade of experience, Amanda has owned and operated several successful startups. A writer first and foremost, her passion for travel can be seen most recently in publications like The Ascent, Writers on the Run, and Go World Travel. As an avid traveler and mom of two, she believes in raising globally-minded kids who value diversity and embrace humanity.

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