Family vacations can range from overnight trips to a new city to a season-long journey to another country.
The goal of a family vacation can be anything from simple relaxation to a full-on homeschooling laboratory and anything in between.
Because time and resources are always limited, it’s important to isolate the purpose of your vacation, taking into account not only your goals for the children but also how you, yourself, are going to get the most out of your experience.
Some things to think about include:
- Planning days that take stamina into account.
- Finding activities that provide appropriate stimulation – not too high or too low.
- Thinking about how much time in travel conditions everyone can tolerate.
- Deciding how the adults will also enjoy some vacation time.
As an educator and a world traveler, I can help you plan the perfect family vacation. The first step is to do my free and fun Family Vacation Finder. This will provide both you and I with the clarity we need to craft your perfect vacation. There is no obligation and the service is completely free. I’ll follow up with you in a day or so to let you know my recommendations. Start your Family Vacation Finder survey right now.
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