Multigenerational vacations are becoming the new normal. Parents love to spend time with their kids and grandparents love to spend time with their grandkids. This is why multigenerational families can be seen exploring destinations together all over the world. If you have been craving this type of family vacation, you may be wondering where you could possibly visit. After all, you want every generation to have an amazing time. And you want to make memories you can all cherish forever. Well, I have discovered ten different vacation ideas you may want to consider for your next vacation.
You may not know this, but Utah has five incredible national parks. Those parks are Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion. Each of the national parks in Utah are perfect for exploring the great outdoors as a family.
Canyonlands is the best option for day hikes. Canyoneering is possible at Zion National Park. And year-round activities for all generations are available at all five national parks in Utah.
Does everyone in your family want to learn how to surf? Or do you all already know how to surf? If you said yes to either of those questions, then a family vacation at surf camp in Costa Rica should be at the top of your list.
As a travel advisor, I can arrange for lessons along the Nicoya Peninsula or in Tamarindo. Expert surfers can surf in those areas as well. When you’re not riding the waves, you can hike to waterfalls or relax amongst the lush landscape.
This is the perfect multigenerational vacation option for those families who want to enjoy time together and also have a little time to themselves.
An African safari is a travel bucket list item for many families. That’s not surprising since watching wild animals roam, and run, through the African savanna is so exhilarating. There are numerous safaris in Africa. I can share the ones that are best for your multigenerational family during our planning session.
Once we know which safari is best for you, I can determine where you will stay, and which family activities will be part of your adventures. And don’t worry, elephants, giraffes, buffalo, cheetahs, zebras, and wildebeests will always be a part of your days.
Everybody knows the city of Paris is walker friendly. But did you know parts of France are also biker friendly? And by biker, I mean cyclist. Your multigenerational family can easily pedal alongside Brittany’s Emerald Coast. It is during that journey where you can visit the towns of St. Malo and Dinard.
You may even choose to bike ride through the Loire Valley to sample all the amazing wines. No matter which option you decide on for your next multigenerational vacation, you will make memories you will remember forever.
The Outer Banks has long been known as an incredible destination for family vacations. Every multigenerational family can choose their favorite spot amongst the two hundred miles of barrier islands.
When you are not spending time on the sandy beaches, there are plenty of other family activities to keep you all busy. Consider taking a dune buggy ride to see the wild horses on Ocracoke Island. Other family adventures include golfing, biking, and kayaking.
Has anyone in your family ever wanted to know what it was like to live and work on a farm? Well, one of my favorite vacation ideas for multigenerational families is vacationing at a dude ranch. There are a few different dude ranches to choose from in the US. I can help find the best one for your multigenerational family during our planning session.
During your stay at the dude ranch, your family will enjoy horseback riding lessons and s’mores over a campfire. Along with dozens of other farm-related activities every day.
Seeing the sights of the US from the windows of a moving train is exactly what some multigenerational families need. I love recommending this option to those families who have a few extra days to spend together. It is easy to take a train to your vacation destination and then fly home. And during your journey on the train, you can see so many sights you wouldn’t be able to see from the air.
On a train ride from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest, you can follow part of the route that Lewis and Clark walked. The Rocky Mountains are the highlight of a train ride from Chicago to Emeryville, California.
History-loving families will want to spend quite a bit of time exploring Pennsylvania. There is so much history in this state. As your travel advisor, I can plan your vacation, so you have time to see it all.
You can start with the Civil War at Gettysburg National Military Park. And your journey can conclude in Philadelphia, where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
New Zealand is normally a must-see vacation destination for multigenerational families. And many of those families include a vacation here with one over in Australia. When you arrive in New Zealand, you can explore the country in many ways. However, you may prefer to take a road trip.
There are numerous routes you can follow to see mountains, glaciers, lakes, and beautiful countryside. During your journey, you can stop when you want to see the sights, take family photos, and create a few memories to cherish in the future.
The Mediterranean, Aegean, Ionian, and Adriatic Seas offer some of the most sparkling blue water in the world. One of the best ways to see these seas, and the islands amongst them, is to take a yacht charter.
Your family will love island hopping in Greece. Or sailing near the shoreline of Croatia. You can even sail around the entire country of Italy. The possibilities are endless when you decide to spend time with your family on a yacht in Europe.
These are ten vacation ideas for multigenerational families. Each one offers the chance to make memories with each generation.
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