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Five Tips To Have A Stress-Free Family Vacation

Travelers Today       By    Jestan Dale Mendame

Updated: Mar 22, 2017 04:55 AM EDT

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It's nice to go on an exciting vacation with the family away from the stress of school and work. But it takes a lot of careful planning to have a successful trip especially if you're traveling with kids. You'll end up getting stressed if you don't plan well so to make your family vacation stress-free, here are five tips that you should know.

Get Enough Rest Before The Trip

It's always best to have everything set a day or two before you leave home. Make sure all travel arrangements are good to go and all your things are packed so the whole family can get enough rest to avoid jet lag upon arrival. Try to avoid stress and fatigue because it will just make your whole vacation miserable.

Build Up The Excitement

To make the whole family enjoy the trip, try to get them excited about the things that you're going to do and the places that you're going to see in your destinations. According to Parents, it's best to get everyone involved in the planning so they would know what they're about to experience and get hyped about it.

Encourage The Whole Family To Keep Travel Diaries

It's very easy to keep a record of things these days so encourage everyone, especially kids, to keep travel diaries either through video, voice recording, or the traditional pen and paper. Travel & Leisure states that it's a great way to capture those family moments and be able to relive those memories in the future through your diaries. 

Make Everything Child Proof

Kids will always be kids and it's their curiosity about things that oftentimes get them into trouble. Make sure that you childproof everything--like putting outlet covers in hotel rooms or covering bathtub faucets in bathrooms.

Apologize To People


It's not really a kid's fault if ever they do something that irritates other people. It's not even the parent's fault either but people will always blame parents for not being able to control their kids. In these situations, just apologize to them to make everything okay.

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