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Tips For Easy Family Travel Planning

Traveling with the entire family is the ultimate vacation goal. The parents, grandparents, siblings, cousins and friends, all traveling to the same destination to eat, drink, & get it in until your hip collapses on the dance floor, or you’re forced to go to bed (whichever happens first).

However, the planning and execution of a multi family trip can be a bit stressful, resulting in many family trips never getting off the ground.  

​​Before you jump into the nitty gritty of planning your next family vacation, check out these tips to get a head start to family vacation bliss:

  1. Who’s the Boss? - Elect a group leader and establish a planning committee. Everyone cannot have their hands in the decision-making pot, or else you will stay in the talking & planning stages for far too long.​ The group leader uses information gathered from the committee to decide on the options that work best for the family. It’s a win for everyone.

  2. ​Where do you want to go? - Take a poll amongst your family planning committee to see what destinations (domestic or international), type of vacation (All Inclusive, Cruise, Vacation Rental, etc.), and activities (horseback riding, fishing tours, water sports, skiing, etc.) the family wants to experience.

  3. Hire a Travel Consultant! - I strongly suggest hiring a qualified travel consultant, even if its not Prissi Travels. A travel consultant can utilize the information you collected from the committee to create a custom experience that every member of your family will enjoy. We also assist with payment arrangements, ensuring proper documentation, mapping itineraries, and making sure grandma, your millennial cousins, and the kids, all have experiences together and apart that make for a great vacation.

For additional information or to discuss your family's unique vacation needs, give me a call or shoot me an email to get started.

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