Multigenerational travel is generally described as three or more generations traveling together, including grandparents/parents, living-at-home or grown children, and grand or great grandchildren. More recently, extended family, including aunts/uncles, cousins and nieces/nephews are added to this mix. Regardless of where you choose to take a family trip, careful planning is the key to a successful multigenerational travel experience.
Travel writer and hospitality expert Jan. M Smith shares tips on planning a multigenerational family vacation.Jan M. Smith has been involved in the hospitality, travel, tourism, and destination management industry for over thirty years. Her career has offered the opportunity to experience and objectively evaluate and write about travel regions, lodging, dining, and winery properties. Jan is an enthusiastic traveler who has the opportunity to visit international and regional areas, and believes travel is a never-ending source of inspiration through the people, culture, food, and wine encountered, and is a great story waiting to be written. Jan is member of the International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association.
This Big Blend Radio interview originally aired live on BlogTalkRadio.com, on May 19, 2017.
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