There’s nothing quite as special as gathering each generation of your family—from grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles, siblings and cousins, your children, and your siblings’ children—to enjoy all the magic and wonder that comes with traveling.
With that, I’d like to introduce you to my Gram. She was kind, loving, giving, and she never met a stranger. She would talk to everyone. Most importantly, she was our rock, and there was nothing more important to her than her family. So much so that we would go to her house for Sunday dinners, and every Saturday night, the cousins would spend the night so the parents could savor a night out.
But, of course, we all began to grow up and move away as we started families of our own. When that happened, what did Travel Gram do? She called and said she wanted to take the entire family on a trip. Yes, all 21 of us….then 23 of us….then 26 of us….and the number continues to grow!
And, that was my very first project—a group cruise to the Caribbean! It was a success. And, that’s why it turned into a tradition we delighted in around Thanksgiving over the course of many years until she passed away at the age of 98 on the day before, yes, Thanksgiving.
All that to say, the memories my family and I made on those cruises were once-in-a-lifetime. So, what does a multigenerational travel experience mean for you? The opportunity to bring together the whole clan (think an out-of-the-ordinary family reunion!) and strengthen your family ties. Let me help you get to planning so you can sit back and have all the fun!