Sharing experiences with your siblings, uncles, grandparents or parents are moments that should be framed forever. Let’s talk about that family trip to a dream place when you were 10 years old or let’s imagine together the next journey you want to plan with those you love.
Going on a family trip will always have a long list of benefits and today, in addition to listing the most important advantages of this type of adventure, we will share some ideas to add to your to-do list —as well as celebrate this Father’s Day.
Shall we start?
Opportunities to learn
Whether to a local place or a trip abroad, you will surely find places or experiences to share and live together. In addition, to develop tolerance and respect for other cultures in the kids, everyone will be able to discover a new vision of the world through the flavors of its gastronomy, its crafts, and emblematic places. Age is not an impediment, planning an itinerary according to the tastes and preferences of each member of the family will make them better adapt to different activities.
For example, at Grand Velas Riviera Maya this summer an experience will be available that includes a tour of the ruins of Tulum and a visit to its beaches, exclusively designed for grandparents. In an interesting historical tour, you will be able to learn about the fascinating Mayan culture.
Stronger family bonding
During the holidays, the memories will add up and little by little the bond with the whole family will be strengthened. Take a painting class together or schedule a beachside photo shoot.
You could even start a new tradition and travel every year!
Make many friends
For children and teenagers, each trip can give them several friends from different places and share a great time. On the other hand, if there is a large group of children in the family, the adventures will surely be much better.
Endless stories to tell
With the planning of different activities for each member of the family, at the end of the day, your talks will be longer with the many stories that will have to be told. In addition, from each perspective, everyone will share their learning.
Are you ready to travel together?