Spring break is the perfect time to bond with your family over new experiences, and catering to each age group means there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
1. Las Vegas, Nev. for tweens and teens
They may not be of legal age, but Vegas is still a hoot for young adults. Circus Circus offers a whole host of activities including roller-coasters, bumper cars and an arcade. And, for palate-pleasing meals, Cake Boss Buddy V serves up family favourites like spaghetti and meatballs and pizza at his namesake restaurant.
2. Victoria, B.C. for elementary school kids
Base yourself near the Inner Harbour, and you’ll be rewarded with one troop-pleasing activity after the next. Miniature World makes everything from outer space to Victorian doll houses interesting. To revive flagging energy, tuck into the Prince and Princess tea at the Fairmont Empress alongside your favourite fairytale characters.
3. Bermuda for toddlers and pre-schoolers
All-inclusive resorts were made for families with wee ones, and Grotto Bay ticks all the right boxes with 24-hour babysitting, two private beaches and a kid’s club that offers adventures outside the resort. Take them to the shallow waters of nearby Shelly Bay Beach, located in a protected cove, for a safe splash and a snorkel.
10 Reasons to Choose a Destination Wedding
A destination wedding means you get to say "I do" at a unique venue (like a lava field in Hawaii or a castle in Ireland) and spend quality time with your guests. Plus, it's less stressful if you have a planner at a resort and your photos will be different from everyone else's.
Travel-Worthy Cities You Should Really Stop Overlooking
These on-the-rise cities have plenty to boast about. Get authentic Mexican food in Tucson, Ariz., hang out at hipster locales in Dartmouth, N.S., see old-growth forests in Port Renfrew, B.C., explore the history of Santo Domingo in the D.R., and relax on the uncrowded waterfront in Vero Beach, Fla.