Three Articles You May Have Missed–but the NATJA Awards Did Not!

by Shelly Rivoli
NATJA Awards for Family Travel 411

Sometimes the news is so good that you are almost afraid to share it, but in this case, I’m very happy to shout it from the rooftops!

Yesterday, I learned that three articles from Family Travel 411 won awards from the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA). And since this site is still very young, and many of you are new here (thanks so much for subscribing!), I’m including them here in case you missed them the first time around:

1. “How to Build a Budget-Friendly Maui Family Vacation– Silver Award, Budget Travel Category, Articles for the Internet

snorkel gear from Snorkel Bob's Maui

2. “If Cats Could Type in Key West: A Visit to the Hemingway Home Museum– Silver Award, Family Travel Category, Articles for the Internet

Hemingway Home Museum

3. “East Maui Escape: My Review of Travaasa Hana for Families– Bronze Award, Resorts Category, Articles for the Internet

Big Sky Country: One-story suites are generously spaced around the grounds, leaving great views of mountains and sky.

Big Sky Country: One-story suites are generously spaced around the grounds, leaving great views of mountains and sky.

But wait, there’s more! 😀

NATJA-Silver-2015-2504. Not an article, but… Family Travel 411 was awarded the NATJA Silver in Online Travel Magazines! (This is HUGE!)

Thank you so much to all of you readers and supporters, and to the fabulous Family Travel 411 Contributors (read all about them!) who have shared their insider travel tips and recommendations for family travel to destinations around the world! Click here to see all of the 411 Destinations we have covered so far

from Stockholm to Sequoia National Park…

Chiang Mai to Kauai…

and Mexico City to Marrakech

and the list goes on–with more to come! Follow this link to get updates if you’ve not already subscribed, and catch more tips and tweets from Family Travel 411 on Facebook and on Twitter: @FamilyTravel411.

Cheers, everyone! And safe travels to all. 😀

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