I’ve subscribed myself to this forum for about 8 years now, and it gave me lots of wonderful traveling ideas such as tracking giant pandas and snow leopards, things I didn’t know possible before. Though I have stopped my travel adventures since 5 years ago when I had my first kid. Now I have three. Since my job is nothing related to zoology nor photography, I don’t have any excuses to go to the wild anymore. In fact I have not left the eastern time zone to avoid dealing with jet lags for little kids.
Now the kids are a little older and I am tempted to plan for the next big trip, hopefully with some mammal watching. But there are many practically issues, like the kids’ tension span, safety, schedule, health, gears and cost (for 5 people). I wonder if anyone on this forum has any experiences with any of the aspects. My oldest is fascinated in rain forest and way back I’ve been to the Tahuayo Lodge on the Amazon. That was actually an easy destination with a base lodge and morning and afternoon excursions. But I’ve already been there. So anyone has a better suggestion?