Looking for a family adventure vacation ideas? You came to the right place!
Planning the perfect family getaway can be hard, especially if you want to throw adventure travel into the mix. Pleasing the crowd means choosing the perfect mix of everyone’s likes and dislikes. Whether your kids are just toddlers, excitable youth, or in their teens, this list of five amazing family adventure trips will get you started with some great ideas on where to take your crew next.
Journey into the Rocky Mountains of Canada for an all-out family adventure travel experience. In the summer, you can hike along the trails and mountains with a daily picnic alongside one of the many lakes.
Try mountain biking down the slopes of Lake Louise, with tracks for all levels. Shop around the quaint Banff downtown area, catch a movie at the annual film festival, and treat your family to a crazy feast at the Grizzly House, with fondue fare including alligator, buffalo, and frog legs!
In the winter the mountains are anything but sleepy—the town is lit up during the holidays, and the powder on the slopes is unmatched around the world. Discover the history and warm up in the Cave and Basin, take the kids dogsledding, or go skating on one of the outdoor lakes. An endless adventure capital your family will love.
Perfect for families looking to experience a unique beach vacation. You can experience a relaxing, tropical getaway while the resorts offer kid-focused camps and activities.
Spend your time snorkeling, playing soccer on the beach and soaking up the sun. If you’re ten or older, you can even get certified to scuba dive! When you’re ready for a day away from the beach, drive straight into the active Soufriere Volcano.
St. Lucia is also the perfect place to get your family away from their phones and into stunning rainforests complete with breathtaking waterfalls.
Immerse your kids in a completely new world and introduce them to Tokyo. This mega-metropolis is home to many of the games and culture your kids love—Hello Kitty, Nintendo, manga and more deck the streets and overwhelm the senses. There are plenty of strange restaurants your family will love—try Uobei or the Asakusa cat café.
Beyond the bustling streets, your family can learn about Japan’s history at the Imperial Grounds, try their hand at origami, or take the wicked-fast bullet train out to explore beyond.
Just because you have kids, doesn’t mean that your days of adventure are over. In fact, they are just beginning!