5 Holiday Destinations That Parents and Kids Will Love

Family vacations are synonymous with the creation of a lifetime of fantastic memories with the ones you love the most. You should ensure that you have properly researched the intended destination so that you will not be unpleasantly surprised. Also, if you are on a budget and searching for relatively cheap destinations, rest assured there are exciting getaways that do not cost a fortune.

Here are five-holiday destinations that are kid-friendly, so they are appropriate for both you and your kids to have the time of your life, and you don’t have to spend a fortune going there. The best part is that the research is already done for you!

1. Why Not Visit Costa Rica?
Prices are rather reasonable with convenient flights, and there are plenty of activities your kids will love. Popular sights include exotic birds and curious monkeys which are surrounded by brilliantly colored tropical vegetation while you calmly float along the Rio Savegre, Manuel Antonio, or the Rio Corobici, Guanacaste, with appropriate rafting company, of course.

Costa Rica is ideal for horseback riding so you may explore hidden waterfalls or gorgeous Manuel Antonio and Hermosa beaches. The level of skill per rider is matched to suitable horses by Tour Operators.

The Punta Uva is one of its most beautiful beaches, but Playa Tambor is ideal for swimming.

2. How About a Trip to Cuba?
Another reasonably priced trip is a visit Varadero Beach, Cuba, with its delightfully warm water and white sandy beach that implores you to walk for miles along its coast.

Havana is another family-friendly destination in Cuba worth experiencing as you time travel to a carefully reconstructed colonial era with its attractive colors.

Take a trip to Old Havana and visit the Catedral de San Cristóbal. Whilst here you can enjoy taking a stroll down El Malecón and savor the music of salsa and all-night parties.

Santa Clara is another activity-filled location in Cuba where you may get lost in Italian flavors of Saborearte or the Caribbean flavors of Hostal Florida Center.

A daytime visit to the colonial-styled Teatro La Caridad is a real treat when you take in dance performances.

The Mausoleo del Che Guevara is an impressive sight that is seen for miles. This statue is a significant part of history for Cubans, and it is about a 30-minute walk from the town center. Here are some interesting facts that you should know before you set off for Cuba.

3. Are You Interested in Visiting Malta?
If you have kids who are bored easily, you may want to consider visiting Gozo, Malta. You will get there quickly by plane and then via a delightful, but short ferry ride.

You all may visit the Rabat, which is a reinforced citadel overlooking the city, here you will find lots of shops that sell local souvenirs.

Perhaps, you will prefer diving in the shallow waters of Karwela to explore the shipwreck that is only 39 meters below the surface.

Or if you are a fan of Game of Thrones then you may enjoy exploring the filming locations, and see if you recognize them.

4. Shall We Consider Going to Greece?
Greece is considered a top holiday destination and it is not costly. And there are many child-friendly accommodation options in Greece so you won’t struggle to find somewhere with all the amenities you need.

You may want to relax at Rhodes east coast because of its 29-mile expanse of clean, golden sandy beaches and divinely warm water that is shallow, so very child-friendly.

If you love ancient history, visit prominent frescos that portray the bull-leaping sport in Crete that was popular between 3,000BC and 1,400BC.

Your kids will adore the Dikteon Cave where it is believed that Zeus was born and its array of stalagmites and stalactites. Zakynthos, Ionian Islands, is an excellent place for teenagers to socialize. The Peligoni Club presents unlimited activities for teenagers and their families.

If you are old-fashioned and on a small budget, Amorgos, Cyclades, is popular and picturesque with its natural mountainous magnificence.

5. Maybe Trinidad and Tobago?
The Emperor Valley Zoo is adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens and combined they present an all-day family activity. The zoo is home to a 30-year-old, 12-foot crocodile, white Bengal tigers and a lovable giant otter. The Botanic Gardens is the home to more than 700 trees and up to 13% are native to Trinidad and Tobago. The remainder is representative of countries around the world.

The Gasparee Caves allows you to descend as low as 100 feet below ground level and to experience the awe of limestone caves together with stalagmites and stalactites on one of Trinidad’s tiny islands: Gaspar Grande.

If you have a weakness for watersports, then this is the place for you. You can go stand-up paddleboarding, wakeboarding, and other exhilarating water sporting activities.

The Marianne River, Blanchisseuse, presents an easy walking experience that takes you to the 3 Pools. There are three deep pools scattered on the flat area of the steep rock shelf, and these pools are so shallow, that they are ideal for your kids to play in if you do not want them to go swimming.

Now that we have looked at some holiday destinations that are family-friendly, you should note that there are additional sites in the vicinity of those mentioned; so your options are not limited. Discuss and plan with your entire family. In this way, you are guaranteed that this will be one of your best vacations ever!

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