Multigenerational family vacations are growing increasingly popular, but planning for these events can be stressful. Please join us in welcoming Nancy Schretter from the Family Travel Network to The Window Seat. She shares twelve family travel tips that can help make your next multigenerational family vacation the best ever.
1. Consider health, safety and personality issues. Plan a multigenerational vacation that will match the needs and interests of all ages rather than one designed solely to cater to the grandchildren. Be honest about the preferences and limitations of all participants and keep their activity, diet and health restrictions in mind.