Family Friendly Winter Holidays

When looking for family friendly holidays we’re all looking for the same things. You want the kids to be entertained and happy and you want the adults to be entertained and happy – turns out we ALL want the same things!

The first step in planning is, of course, deciding on what type of holiday you, and your family are looking for.

Do you want sun, surf, and sand? Spending your days building sandcastles, frolicking in salty waves, and soaking up the rays of the warm sun? Perhaps nights at beach front restaurants enjoying great food and entertainment as bedtime nears?

Or do you want non-stop, knock-your-socks off, entertainment? Water slides, swimming pools, theme parks, adventure activities, and play-them-till-they’re-tired-out fun?

How about a combination of both? Sun and sand, theme parks and salty waves, adventure activities and great entertainment? Wouldn’t it be even better if someone else did all the planning? Thomas Cook offers family holidays of every style; all you have to do is sign up and show up. Easy peasy.

It’s the perfect solution to planning a family holiday and trying to keep everyone happy. The kids can take swimming lessons while you lounge on the beach. The teenagers can head out on an escorted excursion to explore the area and you can all get together for a fabulous dinner later on and share what you’ve been up to for the day. Win-win.

There is still plenty of winter left in this northern hemisphere to take advantage of some fun family friendly winter holidays.


  1. nenasinclair says

    This sounds good to me! Actually, it's so extremely cold here in Manitoba that anywhere warm sounds good!

  2. Elysia Galway says

    We have actually been looking into going on vacation. And still up in the air about bringing my daughter or not. Maybe looking into it through them will help give me a better idea cause there is just way too many options and its overwhelming to say the least.


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