Tag: intergenerational travel

Family Travel Blogs to Follow in 2017

Family travel blogs are more than random webpages filled with wanderlust-filled thoughts from strangers. They’re a valuable resource to consider when planning your family vacation. Instead of worrying if you’ve covered all the bases (packing, costs, family friendly locations, traveling with kids, and airline regulations are just the beginning), utilize your friendly online bloggers for … Continued

REPORT: Vacations Are Important To Family Happiness

Family vacations abroad aren’t the single most popular family travel choice, but don’t let that fool you – AAA found that these trips landed on their list of top five most popular vacation options for traveling families. This is for good reason: Reports have shown that vacations are important to both family happiness and positively … Continued

A Guide to Multigenerational Travel

“Multigenerational volunteer travel” isn’t something you’ve considered? It should be. As Covington Travel points out, multi-gen travel is simply “traveling as a group with three or more generations, but grandparents traveling with grandkids count as well.”

Meet Deirdre, Who Volunteered in Costa Rica with Her Grandchildren

It’s time to meet another intrepid Discover Corps volunteer! Today, we’re introducing you to Deirdre, who went on our Costa Rica volunteer vacation with her husband, daughters, and grandchildren. Intergenerational travel is growing more and more popular, and for good reason: it’s a great way for families to learn, bond, and spend time together. Without further ado, … Continued

Why Is Everyone Talking About Intergenerational Travel?

When’s the last time you traveled with your family? Baby boomer travel is at an all time high, and statistics show that “intergenerational travel” is part of that trend. Just like it sounds: intergenerational travel entails traveling with multiple generations of one family, which could mean you, your kids, and your grandkids, or just you and … Continued