When it comes to getting out there with the family on a great family holiday it can be a bit daunting and irritating trying to find the perfect vacation to suit everyone’s tastes and desires. While family holidays are meant to be a good time for everyone, there’s always a chance that you will run into doing something not everyone wants to do, which is why we’ve compiled this great list of top ideas for family holidays that you should try over the autumn this year and into 2019.
Taking a family trip to Disney World is probably one of the best ways to make sure everyone is going to enjoy their holiday. With so many things to see, do and experience at Disney World, it’s easy to see why so many families continue to strive to make this their family holiday of the year. From themed rides to adult entertainments by night such as dancing or concerts or even character dinners with your favourite Disney princesses, everyone from ages eight to eighty can enjoy Disney World. So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets online and avoid the queues.
The Great American Road Trip is always something that conjures up images of shady roadside motels and greasy spoon truckstop diners with colourful characters and pay per hour TV rentals. While it can be all these things, it can also be far, far more. Take a road trip through parts of the US with the family, or take on the ultimate in Canadian adventures and drive coast to coast along the Trans Canada Highway – a stretch of road that spans the whole of the country from St John’s in Newfoundland to Victoria in British Columbia. For a unique option, check out the Historic Route 66 in the United States – stretching from Chicago all the way to Santa Monica in California. If you aren’t up for one of those options, consider jetting around the southeastern corner of the US – between Florida, Georgia and Louisiana to capture a bit of southern hospitality.
Forget Longleat, what you want is a safari in Africa for your next holiday, with or without kids. While this can be a hugely expensive option for many purely due to the logistics involved in getting to your destination plus the cost of the safari itself per person, it’s also a massively rewarding choice. Nothing quite mesmerises you like catching some of the world’s most magnificent animals live in their natural habitats. While most safaris are pricey, they do include all tours and usually all meals as well. Depending on where you go you can find budget options for safaris where you stay in small bush tents all the way up to high class, luxury options with private villas and the like.
So if you’re looking for the next best family holiday for either autumn this year or into 2019, consider one of these great ideas to really help make your next getaway one of the best ones yet with memories that will last a lifetime. So which will you pick?