Family vacation time is very precious. Not only is the time limited, but it can also be used to create some of childhood’s best memories. Choose a vacation spot with lots of things to do that will be enjoyed by the whole family.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands and is loaded with family vacation fun places. Known for its incredible weather, Tenerife is called the “Island of Eternal Spring”. Spain-Holiday.com says that while the primary attraction is the island’s sun-drenched beaches, there are plenty of other attractions to explore. A submarine safari to explore the ocean bottom and its creatures can be enjoyed by all family members. Inland, you will find Siam Park with thrilling water rides. Many of the Tenerife resorts cater to families, so investigate one that will suit your family’s needs.
If you have limited time or resources, The Magic Kingdom is the must-visit park in Orlando. According to Park Savers, this was the first park to open at Walt Disney World in 1971. Originally, the park was going to be themed and named at its sister park in Anaheim, Disneyland. However, after Walt’s passing, the family moved to have it named after Walt. It was only fitting as Walt Disney World was his most prized project to date. This home to Mickey and Minnie Mouse is delightful for visitors of all ages. The youngest will enjoy the rides featuring Dumbo and It’s a Small World. Thrill-seeking teens will flock to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Space Mountain.
Located in the Canadian province of British Columbia, Whistler is a thrill year-round. Cascadia Kids explains that it is actually two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, with a village between the two filled with attractions. Skiing when there is snow on the ground and downhill bike riding when the snow is gone will make a visit to Whistler great family fun at any time of year. At the base of Blackcomb Mountain is a family fun center that features mini-golf and climbing walls. An all-day family trip riding the Peak-to-Peak gondola has views and hikes on both mountains that will take your breath away. There are numerous hikes to take in the Whistler area. Many are family-friendly and have mysterious names, such as “Train Wreck” and “Ghost Town”. By plane or car, Whistler is easy to reach and an adventure in clean, mountain air.
Plan your family vacation to delight children of all ages, from toddlers to teenagers. With a little research and planning, your family time will be both rewarding and memorable.