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CHICAGO, Ill. — iExplore announced today their list of Top Ten Family Travel Vacation Experiences Worldwide as determined by the iExplore team of world travel experts. Top 10 Family Travel Vacations overall, include: #1 is fly fishing in Scotland; If your kids love to fish this is the ideal location where you can fish for salmon or trout.

The additional top destinations include:
2. Dude ranch stay
Give your kids an authentic taste of the old West and take a step out of your hectic family life.

3. Cappadocia, Turkey
Kids will love this region of underground cities where they can explore the subterranean levels and the labyrinth of tunnels.

4. Galapagos, Ecuador
Take the family to the famed Galapagos Islands and enjoy the diversity of marine life by exploring the islands by sea kayak.

5. Skiing Mt Cook, New Zealand
If you’re in this part of the world and really seeking a white winter family vacation, this is really the best place to go.

6. Horse riding, Argentina
Go on a unique family vacation on a horse Estancia in the Cordoba hills to try some home rides, long-distance pack trips, polo, bird watching, walking or simply relaxing.

7. Ice Hotel, Quebec, Canada
Families with kids are more than welcome at this amazing hotel, constructed entirely of ice and snow, for either overnight stays or day trips.

8. Morocco
Live like a desert nomad for a night, ride a camel in the Sahara, relax by the beach in Essaouira, souvenir shop in the souqs, sample the tasty cuisine or even journey into the Atlas Mountains.

9. Elephant safari, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Visit colorful ethnic hill tribes and sleep deep in the jungle on these safaris on elephant back.

10. Egypt
This is such an adventure location and can really bring ancient history to life for young minds.

iExplore offers guided tours to most of the above destinations. Call 1-800-IEXPLORE (1-800-439-7567) or 1-312-492-9443 for details and pricing.

Founded in 1999, iExplore (www.iExplore.com) is the leading online resource for adventure and experiential travel, serving over 1,300,000 visitors per month at its website.

Valerie Gotten
Valerie G has been an editor with California Newswire for several years, is a gifted theremin player, can quote copious lines from 'Red Dwarf' and also knows where her towel is. Oddly, she does not drive, nor does she take the bus. She identifies as both human and democrat.