Best Family Vacation Destinations Around the World
Holidays are meant to be the most fun time’s people have in their lives. However, with the number of different places that parents can go along with their children to have a good time, it is difficult to shortlist, which are the best family vacation destinations. Let us face it. The travel and tourism industry has grown leaps and bounds over the last few decades and today, you will find even the most comfortable and most urban of comforts in the unlikeliest of places. However, there are still concerns whether such and such place is good for a vacation, especially when there is a small child or small children to take care of.
When one is searching through the best family vacation destinations online, one definite form of help would be to look at the top 10 holiday destinations. These destinations are often categorized under different classifications. While some top 10 lists might feature different features of a particular country, there will be some other lists that compare then entire countries with each other. A good example of a popular search on the internet is the top 10 Sweden tourist attractions, or the top 10 countries for wine tasting or the top 10 best adventure theme parks.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Best Family Destinations
The top cities, beaches, amusement parks, and more!
Travel writer Kyle McCarthy, with the assistance of the one of the top family travel sites, FamilyTravelForum.com, takes readers through five U.S. regions, Canada, and Mexico, uncovering the top 150 destinations for family travelers.
•Categories include top cities, cultural sites, beaches, amusement parks, outdoor adventures, historical areas, mountain towns, and much more
•FamilyTravelForum.com is ranked second on Google and third on Bing for people searching “family travel”
Exotic Travel Destinations for Families
by: Jennifer M. Nichols
publisher: Santa Monica Press, published: 2004-01-01
This informative guide showcases 23 exciting countries in six different regions: Europe, Africa, Asia, Central America, South America, and French Polynesia. Full of first-person accounts of parents and their children travelling in harmony and discovering exotic cultures, this travel resource includes not only information on where to go, but special information for families, such as hotels, restaurants, and exotic activities. Each destination description covers the basics, such as when to go, what to bring, how to get there, and how to get around. Additionally, medical and safety concerns and planning are thoroughly addressed for each destination. Activities and destinations include exploring the Cro-Magnon art caves at Les Eyzies, France; touring the Ecuadorian rainforest; going on safari in Tanzania; and visiting the city of two continents, Istanbul. Also included is information about sending teenagers to language immersion courses and community service programs in foreign countries.