Visit Sunny San Diego In Latest “Travel with Kids” DVD
Janson Media announced today the worldwide release of the DVD Travel with Kids: San Diego (1 x 57′), the latest DVD adapted from a popular episode of its award-winning Travel with Kids television series, filmed in High Definition.
Join the Roberts family as they hit all the family friendly attractions around sunny San Diego, California in the award-winning series Travel With Kids. In two half-hour episodes, the Roberts explore the history of Old Town and Balboa Park, discover the surf culture along Mission Beach and visit the coastal enclaves of La Jolla and Coronado. Along the way, they pet dolphins and get an up-close look at the world’s most famous orca, Shamu, check out some of the world’s largest LEGO creations, discover the wild animals of San Diego Zoo and San Diego Wild Animal Park, learn to body board, go sailing, explore some sand dunes and much more. Whether planning a trip or just dreaming, Travel With Kids San Diego is great fun for the whole family! Explore, relax, enjoy. Destination…San Diego
Travel with Kids is an award-winning family travel guide series that brings you history, culture and practical travel information for the entire family to enjoy, learn about or plan an upcoming trip to the area. Travel With Kids is both entertaining and educational, yet delivers practical travel information that is interesting and useful for families planning a trip, and armchair travelers alike. Presented with additional pop-up on screen facts on the history, culture and travel tips for both well known and off the beaten path destinations, the entire family will enjoy watching this adventure travel series.
Produced by Equator Creative Media, the series is now available for all television, DVD, VOD, non-theatric, and new media markets worldwide exclusively through Janson Media.
TRAVEL WITH KIDS: SAN DIEGO DVD
LENGTH: 57 Minutes
CATALOG #: 20505
UPC #: 6-4603205059-2
ISBN #: 1-56839-429-2
RELEASE YEAR: 2012
PRODUCER: Equator Creative Media, LLC
STREET DATE: February 1st, 2012