This is a really big question!
As our children grow up, we delight in taking them for big and little trips - whether it's a weekend at the shore, a week at the mountains, or big family trip to a theme park. When children get to middle and high school, planning family vacation becomes much more difficult - extra curricular activities, sports, dating, after school jobs and teenage angst all create hurdles to enjoying family time longer than dinner together on Sunday evening.
Booking a cruise is just one part of planning a fun filled family vacation. Getting to and from the cruise port and planning your time wisely while your in port is just as important is you want a stress free holiday.
Family vacations matter! It's one of the most important legacies that your children will long remember. It's still not too late to plan one of these amazing vacation experiences for your family for this year.
John Steinbeck once said, “People don't take trips... trips take people.” My G Adventures trip to Belize definitely took me on a journey, and not the other way around.
January is vacation planning season. A time of resolutions, self improvement and to plan trips to those destinations on your family's proverbial to-do list. This time of year there are as many experts out there offering travel and vacation planning advice as there are folks searching for answers.
For health and safety reasons, most family friendly cruises require infants be at least 6 months of age at the time of sailing. With some specific itineraries, babies will need to be 1 year of age.
Your family is on the search for a warm and wonderful vacation spot. You've visited the Caribbean before and loved it. Mexico...been there and done that. You're craving a new adventure but don't want to spend hours on a plane or drain your bank account.