Multigenerational trips are on the rise—and with good reason. Retired grandparents want to spoil and spend time with grandchildren and working parents have limited vacation time and want to use it to get the entire family together and create memories.
Multigenerational trips can be complicated to plan when you try to do it by yourself. After all, when you are dealing with 3, 4, or 5 generations vacationing together, not everyone is able (or willing) to do the same activities. It is essential to engage a travel agent with experience planning for multiple age ranges and who has a go-to list of destinations that provide entertaining options for every age group.
Destinations Unknown thrives on these challenges and has helped many families plan multigenerational getaways.
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