Multi-generational travel is only going to increase in the U.S. as boomers -- the first generation of Americans who really owned travel -- begin bringing their families along on all their post-retirement trips.
Family travel is a huge visitor segment for destinations, but one that must be uniquely catered to in order to encourage and accommodate trips that appeal to and are safe for young children.
It's a very good time to be in the U.S. travel industry, with summer forecasts looking sunny -- by every measure. Here's what you need to know about the summer travel season to make successful decisions for your business.
Who kidnapped the Ryanair that we know and love and what have they done with it?
Water parks give older destinations something new to brag about and usually come as part of an even broader increase in on-site amenities for children and their parents.
Startups that design a product with a target customer in mind often have more success than those that attempt to build a broad travel product with little thought to what their users need and want.
What makes this gorgeous group of websites so wonderful to look through is their broad range of topics including design, family, food, and adventure, all backed by beautiful photography.
A hotel chain that can cater to active families is not a bad idea -- especially one that thinks beyond the traditional family resort activities.
Since Sin City's usual visitors are obliged to travel to more tame destinations over the holidays, casinos are outdoing one another with giant holiday attractions in a bid to attract families to the strip.
While it's a smart move to prevent the type of PR disasters that happen every time a kid gets stranded half-way through the route, it's also a good way to get that parent or guardian to buy their own ticket, too.