Traveling with families always involve compromise, right? Your son intensely dislikes shopping, while your daughter can't stand historical sights. How do you find a balance where the kids are happy and the parents are not ready for a vacation after their vacation?
Many parents like the freedom of checking out a country like Costa Rica, Israel, and France on their own. Connecting all the dots, however, can be a mind-numbing experience. Using our patented Dream Day™ Itinerary, we'll create a phenomenal day to day itinerary that will include travel time, must-see sites, restaurants, and hotels. Prefer not to drive? We'll set you up with a private driver, guide if necessary, or local trains and buses. We're happy to send you a detailed itinerary from one of our trips to show you exactly what we're talking about.
There's no reason to leave your backpack and kayak in the garage once you have kids. Bring the kids along! One of my favorite subjects to write about is the growing number of outfitters that specialize in family adventures. For example, we went to the Canadian Rockies last summer with a reputable outfitter who took us biking, hiking, rafting, and rock climbing. It was a blast!
We've been to more than 20 all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica, Mexico, Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos, Antigua, and Barbados. We're happy to divulge our favorites, including an all-inclusive resort article Steve recently wrote about in The Washington Post.
We've taken the kids to Alaska, Caribbean, Mediterranean, and Mexican Riviera on cruises and would be pleased to discuss our favorite cruise lines for families.
Another hot trend in travel is going with the extended family on vacation. Here's Steve's article on Multigenerational Travel in the Boston Globe Magazine. We'll be happy to discuss all the options including house and villa rentals, customized trips designed by travel companies specifically for your family, all-inclusives, cruises, and more.