Having the possibility to go on a trip is a big plus for the time we leave, but carrying kids isn’t always as fun as it seems. The kids are spontaneous, and if they don’t have a good time, they usually bring that to the rest of the company. Many families also chose to go on vacation with other families so that their kids can play together and leave some space for privacy for the adults.
However, it is still necessary to be sure they are playing in a safe environment. It is important to go to places where there are activities and facilities for your company’s young members. Besides, this can be a perfect gift for your kids. No matter how many toys you buy, nothing will replace the significance of the experience.
Trips are the tangible heritage in people’s lives, and for those who can afford a comfortable experience, we would say it is a must. At the same time, you cannot sacrifice the level of quality you expect for the adults. Below we have some suggestions for those who want to escape reality for a little bit and have a peaceful vacation with their family and friends.
- Beaches Negril Resort & Spa, Jamaica
Beaches Negril Resort & Spa is comfortably located in the small beach town of Negril in Jamaica. The resort is perfect for all ages and combines adventure with relaxation. Adults can relax in the spa facilities or chase the adventure by doing parasailing or kayaking, which are also available. At the same time, kids can play in the camp or the water park. For older kids, there is a teen nightclub. An inspired idea that the creators of this paradise put into practice is that they provide breakfasts with Sesame Street Characters. Kids will lose themselves in this land, and your family will have a dreaming vacation.
- Gibb’s Farm, Tanzania
This is probably a must for the lovers of nature. In Karatu of Tanzania in East Africa, you will meet the exciting experiences that this resort offers. Here, you will get to know everything about living close to nature. It is a perfect opportunity to train your kids for things like breadmaking and harvesting since there are specially designed activities that include them and embrace them in a friendly way. Close to the resort, there are waterfalls while safari is among the fun activities you will enjoy. Personalized service and luxurious cottages will blow your mind off as you relax in this Africa’s gem.
- Four Seasons Resort Seychelles
Seychelles is a beautiful island in the Indian Ocean, famous for its turquoise waters and white sand. The resort is the best in Seychelles and one of the best in the world. It has VIP amenities and reasonable prices compared to what they offer. The ”Kids for All Seasons” club is available for ages of 4 to 12 years old and will take care of the little ones while you enjoy the luxury of the rooms with private plunge pools. Children can also be introduced to the spa experience since the resort’s spa is open for them.
- Soneva Fushi, Maldives
Soneva Fushi resort is in Baa Atoll in the Maldives and is in the Arabian Sea of the Indian Ocean in South Asia. It is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and holds impressive treasures. You will have the chance to enjoy the privacy of the residences that are built among the tropical vegetation. What is super cool about this resort is that the houses are designed like tree-houses. This adds a super-fun feeling to kids that can also join the water-park, eco-pod, and theatre of dreams. At the same time, the ”Den” children’s club will keep your kids busy.
- The Four Seasons Maui at Wailea, Hawaii, United States
Hawaii is a popular destination, and the best option on the island, if you carry young kids, would be The Four Seasons Maui at Wailea. The resort is nicely located on 15 acres of land with an ocean view in the Pacific Ocean. The kids will be occupied in the ”Kids for all Season” program while the adults will be lost in their room’s private lanai or terrace. Contrary to other resorts, all activities are included in the price, and as in all Four Seasons resorts, you can do early check-in and a late check-out.
Written by Anna Siampani.