Let’s talk about going on a Family Outdoor Adventure Vacation this week!
Hold up! Before you read the post, I have something to share!
In November, Self-Care Awareness Week (November 16-22) is next week! We are celebrating the week supporting the idea of self-care across communities, families, and generations. And, with the holiday season beginning, I wanted to highlight four specific ways to support yourself, community, and families with self-care activities. Obviously, with a travel twist.
How long have you been sitting in front of that television, watching boring reruns?
Are you overwrought, exhausted, and do you have at least one argument with your family in a day? Well then, it’s time to pack your bags, your tenting gear, and your family into your car and head to the great outdoors for a vacation.
The great outdoors are beckoning and it’s about time you responded to nature’s call.
Planning an outdoor vacation with your family is one of the greatest favors you can do for them. But where does one go?
Well, in this case, the world is definitely your oyster. Outdoor vacations come attached to activities galore and these include hiking, backpacking, bicycling, and of course camping.
You can easily choose the kind of adventure vacation you want. Whether it is going up to the mountains, down to the sea, or flying to an international travel destination, outdoor vacations are the best way for you and your family to relax.
Instead of a staid, boring holiday in a man-made amusement park, why not head for an adventure holiday?
Outdoor vacations are often unpredictable and make sure that your family and you get a chance to rough it out and have loads of fun. It’s not every day that your children get to lie under the stars with a campfire blazing, listening to the occasional, distant howl of an animal.
Family outdoor vacations, far from the maddening crowd, not only help you relax but help your children get out of their patterned existence of school life.
There are so many things that artificial amusement parks, resorts, and swimming pools can’t teach.
The idea is to bathe in a real waterfall, soak it up under the sun, build sandcastles instead of assembling plastic ones, or learn how to peg tents. In fact, traveling to a different country or to a remote location is a great way of introducing them to a new culture or your country’s heritage.
This is the time when you can interact and spend more time with your children and actually bond with them.
No more soccer or leftover office work can come between you and your family now. This is also a good time to catch up on all the reading you have wanted to do for a long time. So just switch off the TV, apply for leave, and plan your next family outdoor vacation as soon as possible.
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