Planning a Multigenerational Vacation

Multigenerational travel can be a wonderful experience for the entire family. Children who do not get to spend much time with grandparents can enjoy one-on-one time with them, and participating in activities as a group can create long-lasting, fond memories. With the ever-evolving changes in the travel industry, having an alternative plan for unforeseen circumstances, such as canceled flights, can help to avoid any turmoil if your itinerary needs to be shifted.

Although organizing and planning a trip can be exhilarating, it can also get a bit tricky when traveling with multiple generations. And when traveling as a larger group, you will want to consider the needs of everyone so that your vacation doesn’t turn into a caregiving event where you’re juggling both parents and kids.

Original Post – American Lifestyle Magazine