A Vacation is More Fun with Friends and Family!
Sometimes, a vacation is even more memorable when you invite some of your favorite people along with you! Expand on the fun and laughter, including other kids around the same age to entertain and adventure with each other, or travel with friends with a similar hobby or interest. For many, vacationing together becomes a long-loved tradition and a bond that stays with you forever.
Reasons to travel and celebrate together!
- Wedding / Honeymoon
- Celebration of Life
- Family reunion
- …do you really need a reason?
A family-friendly destination that lets you meet in the middle
- A metropolitan city with museums, entertainment, and local attractions
- A national park
- Cities like Oklahoma, Albuquerque, Minneapolis…that have a surprising amount of attractions for families of all ages
- Florida beach rentals to accommodate a large family
- Hawaii, the ultimate beach vacation
Walt Disney World
- Multigenerational families can explore the parks together or on their own
- Experience the magic of Disney through the eyes of the youngest family members and relive all the special moments of a first visit
- Start a family tradition of visiting the Most Magical Place on Earth together
- Easy for everyone to get to from across the country. Free transportation from the airport and throughout the resort.
- Cruising together gives adults and kids separate spaces for fun throughout the day with a place to come back together in the evening
- With so many activities to choose from both onboard and in port, there is something for everyone
- Exciting destinations around the world to explore together or separately
- Themed cruises or cruise groups based on your interests
Destinations that cater to a particular hobby or interest
- Scenic locations for photographers
- Wildlife enthusiasts
- Faith-based travels
- Food and wine
- Outdoor thrill-seekers
- Volunteering abroad
- Castles and cathedrals
- Touring baseball stadiums
- Skiing resort
So where will YOU be dreaming of vacationing, and who would you take with you?
Nancy Wideman, Travel Specialist