Multi-generational vacations are on the rise, and resorts across the Caribbean have taken notice. You'll find new activities that appeal to a wider variety of guests, as well as more enrichment opportunities that enable families, including grandparents, to spend time together while learning to sail or scuba dive, taking circus classes or reading to children at local schools.
There's plenty to do in Paris, but sometimes it's nice to get out of the city and explore a little further afield. We've picked five day trips the kids will love, from a fabulous zoo and a unique aerospace museum to the must-visit Disneyland and Asterix theme parks, and even the most charming of châteaux!
To travel simply and easily even on a special diet, you need to feel confident in your ability to locally access what you need; the patience to access the resources available to you for long distance travel; and most importantly a sense of humor to create a wonderful, memorable vacation for your whole family.
Disney Cruise Line offers kid-friendly, Broadway-style shows in the evenings, family-friendly programming, adults-only spots, and world-class kids' clubs for kids of all ages. Which itineraries are the best? They are all family-friendly, with plenty of options depending on where you want to leave from and where you want to visit.
The thought of sending your child alone on an airplane can cause anxiety and fear. Busy airports and baggage claims can be daunting to anyone, especially a child traveling alone. But with the help of airlines' unaccompanied minor (UM) programs, a child's visit to a grandparent or summer camp can be a comfortable and easy process.