A recent article written by Ken Potts of The Daily Herald laments a recent family trip that he took that just wasn’t fun for all ages. The adults may have enjoyed the locale on their own, but with the children there, no one was happy. There were no activities for kids, and when kids are bored on a vacation, everyone suffers.
Potts’ story is indicative of the need to plan vacations that can cater to all sensibilities. If you’re planning a group trip for your friends, there needs to be something for everyone. For your friends who like to relax and read: a day at the beach. For your more adventurous friends: hiking. For your friends who don’t have bedtimes: a fun night spot. This way, if a co-traveller doesn’t enjoy one activity, they’re still likely to enjoy the next!