Four Tips for Planning a Great Intergenerational Trip

  • Posted on: 27 January 2016
  • By: administrador

 
Discuss financial expectations beforehand.

Before you leave home, discuss your budget and decide who will be paying for what during your trip.

Go over childcare expectations, too.

 
Ahead of the trip, make a schedule or at least discuss with your children how much you're willing to babysit your grandkids.
 
Don't spend every moment together.

Before the trip, pick one activity or meal that you’ll all do together each day. Outside of those times, let everyone book his own activities to have some freedom and down time from the group.

Pick a destination with activities for all ages.

 
That could mean splitting up to explore, or making time for activities that are typically fun for all ages, like chocolate classes, horseback riding, or interactive museums.
 
 
 
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