Most all inclusive resorts, and cruise ships for that matter, have resort casual dress codes in place for their restaurants and main public areas. Guests need to be aware of these rules and pack accordingly so that they don't miss out on any fun on their next family vacation.
AS A FAMILY-TRAVEL WRITER…friends are often asking for advice about where to travel with their kids.
Family all inclusive resorts offer fun-filled vacation experiences starting at a price of $80 to $100 per person/per night. These resorts are found in popular Caribbean, Mexico and Central America vacation spots but there are all inclusive family resorts in other world wide destinations too.
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This is the reason parents love most. Cruise ships, unlike hotels, charge by the number of passengers sharing a cabin - period. The cost has nothing to do with age. At many resorts, once your child turns 13 they will need to pay the "full boat" adult rate. On a cruise ship, the first two passengers in the cabin (aka - mom & dad) will pay first and second passenger rates. No matter how old your children are, if they are sharing the cabin with you they will pay 3rd, 4th, 5th passenger rates which are lower (aka - kids rates). Of course the number of passengers sharing the same cabin is dependent on the occupancy limits of your particular stateroom. Also be aware that when a cruise line offer "perks" like free drink or specialty dining , this discount applies to the first and second passengers only. Any additional passengers sharing the cabin would need to pay for the cost of these perks.
The Caribbean, Mexico, the Bahamas and Bermuda are certainly the most popular cruise destinations for American families. These family friendly ports of all offer fun experiences for kids of all ages. Depending on the specific sailing you choose, your family can visit a several different countries and Caribbean islands on a single cruise. Ports of call and the length of time your ship will be docked in port will vary between different cruise lines.
A great way to teach children their place in this word is to show them exactly where they come from. If you're looking for inspiration for your next family vacation, consider a family heritage trip. Imagine your family walking in the footsteps of your ancestors.