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8 SPRING BREAK TRAVEL TIPS FOR FAMILIES 1. Choose the right destination for your family. Discuss ideas for travel destinations and what to do during your free time; be sure each person has something to look forward to on the trip. All-inclusive resorts are a great option, with activities for kids, spas for parents, and beaches and pools for the whole family to enjoy together. 5. Protect yourself and your home. Do not state that your home is vacant during your trip. Instead, tell trustworthy friends and family that you’ll be traveling, and ask them to visit your house once or twice to ensure there is no suspicious activity.
6. Travel on less popular days. Airline costs are higher and traffic is heaver on the weekends. Opt to travel midweek if you can. 7. Make reservations for special experiences. Many attractions allow you to buy tickets online beforehand (usually at a discounted price). If you have plans to dine at a popular restaurant, make reservations at least a month or more in advance. 8. Keep the kids on a routine. Don’t get too far away from your daily habits while traveling. Bedtimes should obviously be extended, but don’t over do it or falling asleep on school nights will be tough once you’re back at home.
2. Stick to your budget. Don’t blow your annual vacation budget in March or April if you plan to escape in the summer! Also allot a separate amount of money for the inevitable splurge purchases. 3. Take advantage of travel deals. Research the hotels and resorts in the area to which you’ll be traveling, and compare prices. Oftentimes, simply booking your accommodations in advance can save you big money. 4. Pack the essentials. Be sure to ask what toiletries and other products are provided before packing your bags.www.goactiva.com
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