Multigenerational Adventures & Family Reunions

When is the last time your entire family got together? More than a mere visit, a Thomson trip is the perfect way for everyone – near and far – to learn, explore, hike, or bike TOGETHER, and create family memories to last a lifetime! Or maybe you’d like to skip a generation and take one or two of your grandchildren to see the world.
 
Increasingly, grandparents are expressing an interest in traveling with their grandchildren – with or without the parents! Whether you are taking the whole brood or just one grandkid at a time as a rite of passage, Thomson will make your vacation a joy. Families come in all shapes and sizes; we’re here to help match your family to the perfect adventure.
 
The following trips are particularly well-suited for multigenerational families, but most of our trips are suitable for families of all ages, and all of our trips can be tailored for family reunions. 
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NUMBER OF DAYS: 13
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  • View a stunning concentration of wildlife
  • Visit a Maasai village
  • Meet your kids’ pen pals at a local school
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NUMBER OF DAYS: 9
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  • Discover Glacier Bay National Park's scenic coves and fjords by kayak, paddle board, and skiff
  • Enjoy wilderness hikes
  • View incredible wildlife
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NUMBER OF DAYS: 7
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  • Corobici Riverwildlife viewing in Guanacaste 
  • Sea kayakto serene Pacific coves
  • Explore the canopy at Arenal's hanging bridges
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NUMBER OF DAYS: 7
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  • Swim and snorkel with sea lions
  • Kayak through crystal-blue waters
  • Hike a cacti-dotted cliff overlooking the ocean
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NUMBER OF DAYS: 9
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  • 3 or 4-nights cruising the Galapagos
  • 2 or 3 nights exploring Cuenca & the Andean Highlands
  • Meet with your Ecuadorian Pen Pal
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NUMBER OF DAYS: 9
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  • Visit Inca ruins, like Machu Picchu
  • Whitewater raft in the Sacred Valley
  • Try Quechua backstrap weaving