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  • Writer's pictureJulie Prusak

Mark your Milestone with a Unique Travel Itinerary

It’s important to separate your milestone trips from regular vacations. Try to incorporate something memorable that will make a lasting impact on yourself and your loved ones for years to come. Maybe it’s an adventurous day trip, dinner at a Michelin-star restaurant, or a surprise suite upgrade. A celebratory vacation is a perfect time to splurge and treat yourself.

Honeymoon Ideas for Every Type of Couple

A honeymoon is a once-in-a-lifetime trip and should be treated as such. No matter your dynamic and lifestyle, there’s a destination that will suit all your travel needs. The low-maintenance couple may be interested in a classic Caribbean vacation that can cater to the sort of service, luxury, and privacy that newlyweds are seeking. The explorers should look into the Faroe Islands, between Iceland and Norway, which offer volcanoes, castles, and so much more in a fairytale-like setting. Meanwhile, The Venice Simplon Orient Express – a luxury train that travels through unforgettable European cities on 54 routes, offers a unique and romantic alternative to the traditional honeymoon.

Planning an Adventurous Retirement Trip

Traveling after retirement is to see the world through entirely different eyes. While most mark their exit from the workforce with a party, hoping on a plane and visiting a destination you’ve always dreamed of sets the tone for the exciting life chapter you’re about to start. Many hotels, resorts, and tour groups cater to ‘Soft Adventure’ that’s perfect for recent retirees looking for an escape.

Planning for Intergenerational Travel

Whether a family reunion or a milestone birthday, traveling with multiple generations is a beautiful way to create lasting memories. But planning a trip that caters to the wants and needs of all involved can be challenging. When traveling with large groups, it’s important to find destinations and accommodations with versatile activities and amenities. Try not to over plan day-to-day itineraries, and be sure to make some activities optional. Remember the limitations of the group, and understand that younger children and senior members may need more downtime than teenagers and adults.

Celebrations, no matter how big or small, give us a reason to come together. When we add travel to an already-exciting occasion, we create a powerful way to make lasting memories. It could be a romantic elopement spent with close family and friends, a weekend away with a loved one, or a long overdue family reunion abroad. Regardless of the event or milestone, celebrations bring purpose and intent to travel, helping us break free from the expected so that we can indulge in the exceptional together.

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