While times remain tight for a large majority of British families and many have had to make financial sacrifices, going on a summer holiday is not something they are willing to give up, according to recent insight from Asda Money.
When it comes to holidays, it appears that the days of lads’ weekends and girlie getaways are on the way out, with 58 per cent of Brits admitting they prefer going on holiday with family rather than friends.
ABTA - The Travel Association estimates that two million British holidaymakers are set to head overseas this weekend for the first weekend of the summer holidays for the majority of schools in England (26-29 July).
The Dominican Republic is considered one of the "best family holiday destinations" in the Caribbean, according to the travel website TripAdvisor.
Holidays where families can join in and help out without giving up all of their time to volunteering are growing in popularity.
Despite being only 40 minutes from London, the River Wey in Surrey’s commuter belt is one of the South’s best kept secrets.
Whether lying on a secluded beach, visiting family overseas, hiking in the hills or a city business trip is on the to-do list this summer, people are being advised to make sure they do not miss out by leaving their passport applications to the last minute.
Parents will spend nearly £1,000 per child on childcare, days out, treats and food over the school summer holidays, according to research by the Nationwide Building Society.
New research from credit card company Capital One reveals holidaymakers’ extensive and costly efforts to prepare for their summer breaks, as they spend a collective £12 billion on clothes, beauty treatments, fitness regimes and other pre-holiday essentials.
New research on behalf of Nationwide Building Society suggests that the inordinate cost differential between holidays in and out of school term time is driving parents to take their children out of school in order to obtain an affordable family break, as 37% of those surveyed admitted they had taken their children out of school to get a good deal on a holiday.
While going on holiday is something that most people plan and look forward to for ages, it can end up being quite a stressful experience.
The summer holidays are almost upon us - fun for children but, daunting for mums and dads worrying how to keep the kids entertained for a whole six weeks.
Japan Journeys, a leading specialist operator of tailor-made holidays and escorted tours to Japan, has launched a new 12-night dedicated Family Holiday package combining the best of Japan’s cultural and modern experiences for discerning families, starting from £5,895 (total for two adults and two children aged 11 or under).
If booking a family summer holiday is still on your to-do list, fear not. Family specialist Activities Abroad still has availability on a number of departures this summer.
Desroches Island, the luxurious remote island in the Seychelles, is set to launch Kids' Haven, to provide its younger guests with inspiring, exciting and unusual experiences and activities.
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