Yes, There Is Such A Thing As A Family Adventure Holiday
With the summer in full swing, many moms are thinking about taking their families on holiday. But after many years going to beach resorts and all-in-one hotels, is it time for a bit of an adventure?
Adventure tourism isn’t just something for wiry men with 29-inch waists in their twenties. It’s something we can all appreciate, even the kids.
Take a look at some of these great ideas for a summer adventure for all the family.
Go Horse Riding In Texas Hill Country
Texas, the Lone Star State, was once right on the frontier of the old American West. It was a wild place, and thanks to a sparse population, remains so to this day. Once you get out of Dallas and Houston, there’s nothing but mile after mile of prairie and wilderness – great for riding!
In the Texas Hill Country, there are plenty of places for families to enjoy themselves. Tourist operators in the area organize family horse riding expeditions along ancient creeks and trackways and then provide facilities for families to kick back and relax once the day of riding is over. Moms and dad can take time to chill out in spas while kids entertain themselves in games rooms.
Log Cabins In Colorado
Colorado is one of the most beautiful states in the entire Union, home to Salt Lake City and some of the best ski resorts in the world. Thanks to its incredible landscape, it makes a great backdrop for a log cabin adventure. According to Build Log Homes, you don’t have to rent or buy a log cabin – you can build one yourself. Having a log home that your family can visit regularly provides you with a base from which you’re able to organize many adventure vacations in the future.
Surfing In Malibu
Surfing is probably just about the most fun you can have at sea without a jetpack. As a result, it makes for a great family adventure: it’s a challenging but extremely rewarding activity that anybody can try.
You don’t have to stand up when you’re surfing. There are now numerous different version of the sport, including body boarding and paddle boarding.
Where’s the best place to go? Probably Malibu in California. The reason for this is that waves have a long time to gain in size as they travel across the vast distances of the Pacific Ocean, providing ample opportunity to get big surf.
Yoga In Massachusetts
Going on holiday to practice yoga might not sound like much of an adventure. But it turns out that more and more families are looking for ways to explore their mind in a stress-free package.
Right now in Massachusetts, you can go on a yoga boot camp with your family where you do all sorts of things, like get a Thai yoga massage, learn circus tricks and get a full rejuvenation service. Kids don’t have to sit through hours of meditation either: they get the chance to do exercise, cookery and play with the other kids at the resort.