Family & Heritage Travel
In this Issue:
- Redefining Family Cruising
- Memorable Moments Designed in North America
- Kid-Friendly Properties in Mexico
- Caribbean: Top Programs for Teenagers
- Europe: Escorted Tours Rank High on Family Experiences
- Onsite Review: Highly Immersive Toy Story Land
- Onsite Review: Iberostar Grand Paraiso: Delivering Quality
- Onboard Review: Disney Fantasy Caters to Kids & Adults
- Onsite Review: Reunion Resort: Recreational Oasis
Walking through Toy Story Land felt like shrinking down to the size of a toy so I could play with Woody and the whole gang.
The latest “wow” features are just the start of why so many families are getting on board with cruising. The wide range of accommodations, activities and pricing makes family cruising an attractive option.
Do you know what luxury travel means to today’s affluent clients? Do you know where they want to travel? We got answers to these questions at last month’s 30th annual Virtuoso Travel Week.
Idyllic family vacations mean different things to different clients. Whichever your client’s choice, it’s all about those memorable moments you can help them design.
Here’s the 4-1-1 on kid-friendly properties that will undoubtedly be splashed across your clients’ Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook posts.
In Europe, the boom in family travel has been accompanied by an expansion of tours specially tailored to this market: escorted family tours that offer structure and convenience.
The following Caribbean resorts provide solutions via well-designed programs for teenagers who want to assert their independence, but also enjoy family fun.
Magical memories returned full-on during my 7-day voyage in the Eastern Caribbean on board the Disney Fantasy, when I dined at Palo.
Within moments of arriving, Iberostar Grand Paraiso shows that it’s a lively adults-only property.
The smart travel advisors have survived and thrived by charging fees that cover access to their extensive knowledge, ongoing research, booking and more.