The idea of bringing a number of people on LDS vacation isn’t always appealing.
Thanks to travel agencies offering exciting and affordable tours that can accommodate grandparents, middle-aged adults, teens and children alike, Cruiselady.com says things can become significantly easier.
Here are some ways you can summon some semblance of order and guarantee that everyone gets to have a great time:
Create a Regulations System
To make things more fun, create an awards and punishment scheme to go with it. The punishment can be as simple as wearing a ridiculous hat or as complex as withholding a treat. The awards can be as extensive and enjoyable as can be imagined or conceptualized, just so everyone will happily comply.
Respect Personal Time and Space
Being with so many participants, you will find the need to spend personal time with a few chosen people in the group and even with just yourself. Schedule personal time with the people you need to commune with.
Respect their decision if they decline or set a different time. Make sure that everyone respects personal space to avoid misunderstanding and conflict.
Visit Places with Multiple Activity Options
Utah offers quite a lot of vacation venues suitable for people of all ages. Some of the best options would be Bryce Canyon, The Bear Lake Area and Cedar City. All three choices have their local museums and exhibits, parks and forests perfect for various family activities.
As much as having the whole family on vacation can seem exciting, some things just go wrong for understandable, explicable reasons.
But with the right travel agency, the proper mindset and the suggestions mentioned here, you may be surprised at how much fun your family trip will be. Happy trip and good luck!