Showing posts with label family holidays. Show all posts
Showing posts with label family holidays. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Hacks of Family Travel

Family Travel
Travelling is all about exploring new dimensions of the world. There are people who long for a reason to travel just to escape from the mundanity of life. Travelling is not only about a ‘your type of life’, it includes a lot of excitement, adventure, anxiety and many more. It is through travelling that you get to know yourself better. You get more acquainted with your likes, dislikes or how much capable you are to surpass your comfort zone. Travelling comes with an added preservative when it’s a family travel. There are many spectrums that you need to focus on when you are travelling especially with your family. Some hacks that can help you to modify travelling with your family are as follows:

  • Planning– Make a proper plan from before. During the family travel, you need to be more cautious in terms of preparation. Plan everything properly and from before. Last minute rush does not make your family happy. 
  • Suitable Location– Choose a proper location which is family friendly, so that they can cherish every bit of the holiday as any loose ends will upset them. Unnecessarily high-altitude places can be a disappointment for your family as anything that brings tenacity is not preferred by our family. 
  • Hotels & Resorts– Try to book a sweet which is much better than availing 2–3 bedrooms. If the entire family is at the same place, then the outing with family will be fulfilling and you can actually spend a quality time with your family which can be the major motif of you travel. 
  •  Adjustment– If you have children then you have to manage your sleep and hanging-out times as per their preference. You have to eat when your child is hungry and sleep when your child is sleepy to make the next day amiable. 
  • Safety– Family Travel involves a lot of care and precautions. So, if there are old people in your family who are travelling with you then make sure that you choose a destination where medical facilities can be immediately made available. 
  • Reservations & Confirmations– It is always advisable that you book hotels and resorts from before because if you fall in this regard then it is undoubtedly a major mishap. 
  • Conveyance Facilities– If you are traveling with you family then make sure that you have booked vehicle to carry you along with your family to different travel destinations of that place. 
  • Tastes & Preferences– You are playing safe, if you have chosen the travel spot as per you family’s tastes and preferences, otherwise the entire stay can become remorseful. 
  • Treats & Surprises– Remember if it is family travel, the holiday though planned by you, it is not precisely about your happiness. You need to make sure that you keep your entire family happy, and this could be done by giving them treats and surprises that they will hold on forever. It is these surprises that will enable them to cherish these memories all throughout.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Accommodation in Chile






There are a range of accommodation in Chile, camping at the hotel 5 stars. In high season (from mid-December to mid March), prices rise and, in most tourist areas, it is useful (if not necessary) to book in advance. Finally, note that the AJ, hospedajes, residenciales Hostels and, in short, addresses the cheapest, are often not heated during the austral winter (July-August).


The campsite

For those who crave the great outdoors and nature is the ideal way and also the most economical to visit Chile. It is easy enough to camp in national parks: most have a simple camping area, often with toilet and showers (not always very clean), and in an environment, of course, very friendly. Some are generally open in summer. Similarly, it is often possible to pitch a tent in the backyard of a hospedaje. You can buy or rent the right equipment for camping in most Chilean cities. Otherwise, in some parks, you will find a shelter run by the Conaf, often quite rudimentary.

Hostels

There are a dozen hostels association members Hostelling International in Chile. They are fairly well distributed throughout the country. There's even one on Easter Island.
Those who do not have the membership card can stay an extra charge, which varies between 500 and Ch $ 2 500 depending on whether a dorm bed or private room. Otherwise, it is possible to buy the membership card in any hostel, either once, or by stamp for each night a box "Yes" from the card after 6 nights, the card is completed and you is a member.

There is no age limit to stay in AJ.

Of course, there are also a lot of private hostels which do not require membership. No age limit, there either, and rates roughly equivalent to those of AJ "official".
Essentially dormitory housing, often with double, not much more expensive for couples. Most have a communal kitchen and an Internet connection (free).

The hospedajes

The hospedajes, widespread in Chile, are private houses renting rooms at modest prices. The quality of the welcome, cleanliness, comfort and charm of course vary from one house to another but also from one city to another. Most include breakfast. There is often a service Roofed (laundry) room with a TV, a station with Internet access and increasingly wifi ...

The residenciales

Structure halfway between the hotel and hospedaje, these are family homes with 4 or 5 bedrooms, possibly ten. They are supposed to be a little more chic than hospedajes, but this is not always the case.

The Hostels

In principle, a hostel type of accommodation is simpler than the hotel, often akin to a small pension. In practice, however, things get complicated as we have seen number of hostels that resembled furiously to residenciales or hotels ... when they were not identical in all respects to a hospedaje! In short, these various names are, in fact, fairly similar. Especially since the owners are often in order to look more "classy".

Hotels

Again, we must be careful with that word because some residenciales (or Hostels) call themselves hotel ... and vice versa. However, beyond a certain class, institutions shall appoint all hotels, have a receipt and provide constant attention to customers.

Important point: more and more hotels align themselves with the agreement that allows nonresident aliens to be exempt from the IVA (19%), if payment is made in cash, in euros or dollars, or by credit card. Generally, the tax has already been removed when prices are displayed in dollars ... and in principle, it will be added if you pay in pesos! Do well to specify the host.

The Bed & Breakfast

A developing trend in Chile, mainly in Valparaíso. These are private homes, often old and charming, with rooms for rent, including breakfast. There are several levels of comfort, reasonable prices and a very warm welcome.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Enjoy Family Holidays In Edinburgh




With magnificent landscapes, charming islands and famous castles, Scotland appeals in a great variety of ways. Why don’t you plan about renting a holiday cottage in the countryside? Self-catering holidays makes an energizing change from restricted hotel rooms in the bigger towns. There will be plenty of space for you and your family to feel at ease, as well as room to stock up your hiking equipment. All year round, till the Edinburgh Festival in August, there is a rich wealth of activities and entertainments for the whole of your family members in Scotland.

Lovers of the outdoors should head for the Cairngorms to travel around the mountains, forests, lakes and rivers which create best habitats for flora and fauna. In the winter you can go skiing or sledging and see the beautiful reindeers too amid of the ice all around you. If you are a lover of castles and architecture then you will be spoiled for choice in Scotland. The Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh is an excellent holiday destination those who love nature, art and history. Inverary, Glamis and Stirling are the few of the worth mention excellent locations around Edinburgh. The main attractions around Edinburgh are in easy reach with both public and private transport system too. There are good numbers of home like apartments and holiday cottages are easily available for your family in and around Edinburgh. You will find castles everywhere in Scotland around you. Don't forget to visit Scotland's amazing islands, such as the Isle of Skye.There are so many things to do in Edinburgh. Here you can do walking in the hills or ideally sit and enjoy bird watching else look out for red deer in the countryside or enjoy the beauty of the nature by the shore.

Holiday homes and self-catering cottages are the specialty for family holidays in Scotland. Since they are cheaper than hotels, you are not only save you money but enjoying the beauty to the fullest. Though you are in the country side cottages still you are close to the activities you want to enjoy. I am very sure that you can enjoy your holidays to its excellent value, whether you opt for a room in a farmhouse, a country side cottage or a modern apartment adjacent to Scotland's exciting shoreline.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Catalunya Costa Daurada - Family Friendly Destination



The coastline of the Costa Daurada, located on the Mediterranean coast in southern Catalonia, is one of the most admired destinations in Spain for family holidays. The coastline stretches 216 km spectacular, with 786 acres of clean sandy beaches that go down to face a sea of clean, clear, shallow, safe for young children and elderly as swimmers.

Salou, a blue flag beach, is one of the best known on the Costa Daurada. Visitors are welcomed, with many amenities such as showers, sun loungers, large car parks, shops, and cafes, restaurants, sprinkled with palm plantations.

The smaller range and a little more isolated, L'Ampolla is only 300 meters long and offers a more peaceful retirement, while offering visitors all the services and facilities as a childcare service life, vacation paddle boats and outdoor bars and cafes.

Families will find lots of fun in the waterpark Aquopolis - which offers a full range of water attractions, such as canals, water slides, river rapids, a wave pool, a hydrotherapy pool and an area for small children. There is also a family fun playground with miniature golf, bumper boats and an area of marine park with dolphins and sea lions.

For the more adventurous family out, outdoor activities abound with gorge scrambling, mountain biking, hiking, canoe trips, bungee jumping, archery, fishing, hang gliding, paintball, quad and navigation on all offer the field.

There are many family costadaurada_hotels accommodation in Costa Daurada ranging from campsites, catering apartments, full board at five star hotels, so visitors will have no difficulty in organizing a place to stay is in their budget.

With bounty to keep children joyful, even something for Mom and Dad too, it is hardly surprising that the Costa Daurada is a popular family destination with Britons on holiday.