“We do not remember days, we remember moments.” – Cesare Pavese
“Growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional.” – Walt Disney
Do your children influence your holiday choices as much as the adults? It can be hard to satisfy everyone’s individual requirements, particularly as children grow up. Perhaps there’s a big age gap between your children, maybe you’re a one-parent family, or you have specific accessibility or accommodation needs.
The excitement of a family holiday should begin with deciding where to go – together. From luxury forest lodges in the UK, to learning to ski in The Alps, I take the stress out of finding the picture perfect family holiday so you can focus on making lasting memories
Take inspiration from these family adventures I’ve created for current clients.
Florida is one of my all-time favourite family holiday destinations. There’s fun and entertainment for parents, toddlers and teens. Experience 27,000 acres of fun at Walt Disney World, movie-themed rides at Universal Studios, go alligator spotting in The Everglades national park, and travel to another world at Kennedy Space Centre. Hire a car and drive south to Miami to soak up its cool vibe and shopping destinations. Ask me to book your theme park passes in advance to save a fortune!
African safari adventure
Take a walk on the wild side with an unforgettable all-inclusive family safari trip to Africa. Stay in a lodge at one of the continent’s famous game reserves. Take a fun course in survival skills, get up close and personal with the animals, and learn about native plants and wildlife.
This small and relaxed island in the Indian Ocean offers fun for all ages. Whether you’re yearning for family adventure in the rainforest, time together on the beach, or a historic hiking trail, Sri Lanka ticks every box. Why not combine all three to create your own bespoke holiday itinerary.
Looking for more ideas and inspiration or have a specific family holiday destination in mind? I will tailor make your holiday to suit. Contact me on 01606 828580
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