Washington D.C. is an ideal destination for a father and son (of any age) to visit together. This town has an amazing diversity of food, history, and military tradition, as well as accommodations and food for almost any budget. This is your opportunity to explore the city as men and share stories, explore new adventures, and enjoy a sports game or theater show.

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One of our favorite places to visit are the barrier islands found along the South Carolina coast just south of Charleston. This is a magical place of incredible beauty and just the right amount of seclusion where you can feel special ... but still easy to get to. While the entire coast here from Myrtle Beach to Hilton Head is dotted with legendary golf courses, Kiawah Island is special for the fact that it isn't an overdeveloped resort area. Here, among the waves, white sand beaches, and sea grass you can relax and enjoy a great golf getaway.

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Held deep in the expansive deserts of Sonora, Mexico, the Yokohama Sonora Rally is a five-day off-road navigation rally and a true Dakar-style adventure. Created by Dakar veterans Darren Skilton and Scott Whitney in 2014, the venue has brought rally raid, a mainstream attraction in Europe and Africa, to the forefront of the North American automotive world. Organizers have fueled the passion and growth of the sport authentically, bringing decades of experience in the form of world-class road books, pre-event navigation classes, and professional logistics management.

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Los Angeles isn't like most cities. Typically in places like New York, Chicago, Denver etc. you have a central city but Los Angeles is a collection of cities spread out over a vast area. That allows for some really cool smaller destinations to explore and one of these that is often overlooked - but shouldn't be - is San Pedro. Despite the shadow that neighboring Long Beach casts, San Pedro has a surprising amount of fun ideas for a father and son weekend getaway. Let's explore some of the stuff you won't want to miss!

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Many people have visited Russia, but few have explored the frozen areas of North Eastern Russia including the Kamchatka Peninsula and Yakutia in search of mammoths frozen for thousand year old permafrost, diamonds, geysers. Guests on this tour though will be able to explore the area by sea, air, and a six-wheel truck to the edge of a volcano while learning about the people and culture of this incredibly remote part of the world.

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