The Travel Beauty shares her top picks for cold and warm winter family vacations

Updated: Jan 21



There are many reasons to take a winter vacation.

  1. Change of scenery. If you live in an area where it does not snow, then seeing snow for the first time would be an amazing experience for you.

  2. Minimum amount of tourists. Even during the winter season, most vacationers flock to the Caribbean to stretch out on the beach. This is a plus for winter travel because less people typically mean that prices are likely to be lower, in efforts to attract visitors.

Most winter destinations are cozy and offer everything at your disposal. So, whether you want to wrap up and face the cold or soak up some sun, my winter vacation picks will not disappoint.


Traveling with kids during the winter can be fun but overwhelming, especially if your destination has a different climate than where you originated from. Simple tasks like packing heavy coats and winter gear for the whole family can often prove to be stressful. One great idea to consider when traveling with children is to bring toys and activities to keep them busy in the event of a long layover or delayed flight. On road trips, however, it's always best to map out the destination for photo stops, bathroom breaks, and restaurants. Remember to prepare young children for the unexpected, it will save you lots of time, energy and stress so that you can focus on family and fun.


Here are my winter choices and hot spots for families. Tap on the link for more information about each inspiring destination and let us know which is your favorite!


Cold Winter Destinations for Families:

  1. Lake Tahoe, California

  2. Branson, Missouri

  3. Gatlinburg, Tennessee

  4. Chittenden, Vermont

  5. Big Bear, California

Hot Winter Destinations for Families:

  1. Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

  2. Nassau, Bahamas

  3. Montego Bay, Jamaica

  4. South Beach Miami, Florida


 

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