Many European destinations are beginning to heat up so you don't
need to worry about travelling long haul with the little monsters.
However, if you are feeling the pull of more far-flung climes then
we've got some great suggestions as well.
If the thought of planning a family holiday fills you with
dread, as trying to find somewhere that has enough for the kids to
do and food that they will eat as well as being somewhere you enjoy
staying in seems almost impossible. This is where we come in.
Between our consultants we've got enough children to form two
international rugby teams (with enough for a few reserves), who
range in age from new-borns to teenagers. So when we say we know
what we're talking about, we really mean it. Between us we've dealt
with the screaming on that first flight, the choruses of 'I'm
bored' during the long airport transfers and the grumpy teenagers
who never seem to look like they're enjoying themselves; so we know
the difficulties that come with travelling as a family, but also
how best to overcome them.
If you're planning a luxurious Easter family holiday with young
children then much-loved children's party people Sharky &
George, who we've joined forces with, will put together a
carefully selected goodie bag kitted with bits and bobs to keep the
children entertained throughout the trip.
There is enough time to go a little further afield over Easter,
perhaps to New
Zealand for some adventure; Oman
to soak up some culture or to the Maldives
for a blissful beach escape as a family. But by this time of year
you can get your Vitamin D hit much closer to home, as much of
Europe is warming up, so you don't have to venture very far to
enjoy the beaches, cities and countless family-friendly hotels and
resorts that are right on our doorstep.