• Family travel: Sharing memorable experiences

    Cindy Nelson
    Travel can be one of greatest gifts we can give children. It’s been widely reported that spending money on experiences, not things, makes people happier! Children will long remember their travel experiences and the special and unique time spent with their families. Plus, being global citizens in today’s society is critical. In a world that’s shrinking daily, understanding other cultures is a huge advantage.

    Here are just a few ideas you might want to consider for a trip with your family!

    Adventures by Disney specializes in family travel experiences. On an Adventures by Disney trip you’re a traveler and an adventurer, not a tourist. These unique tours take travelers to the far corners of the globe. Each adventure is facilitated by two Disney Adventure Guides who introduce you to the culture of each destination and encourage you to develop your curiosity and sense of adventure. You and your family become active participants in incredible stories, experiences and cultures through immersive activities only Disney can offer.

    Family on beach

    Photo source: RCI

    If you’re looking for a beach getaway, consider the Riviera Maya. This area of Mexico    offers much that makes Mexico’s beach destinations so special. Officially, the Riviera Maya stretches along Mexico’s Caribbean coast for 86 miles, from just south of Puerto Morelos to Punta Allen. Families can swim and snorkel in cenotes, sinkholes formed by underground rivers; splash in the eco-adventure park, Xcaret; explore the magnificent Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, Coba and Tulum. The Riviera Maya features a wide selection of all-inclusive resorts—great for families—on some of the most gorgeous beaches you’ll find anywhere!

    Soldier for a Day

    Photo source: RCI

    The world fell in love with London during the Summer Olympics. And London can’t be topped as a special place to travel with your family. From the London Zoo to the London Dungeon, the rolling greens of Hampstead Heath to the fire-eaters of Covent Garden, there’s always something new to see. Do your best to make the guards laugh outside Buckingham Palace or strap on some blades and ice skate on the Tower of London moat. And don’t forget to visit Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station if your children are Harry Potter fans!

    Plan your next family getaway and create some memories to last a lifetime!

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