Baby Boomers Vacations are about introducing their grandchildren to travel.
Locally, this group spends the most money on travel, largely because they are well established in their careers and tend to be in managerial roles that allow them to take more time off. Baby Boomers are interested in introducing their grandchildren to travel. Travel House Inc. owner, Eleanor Nelson recently booked a family of 16 – three generations, from grandparents down to a 2-year-old – on a seven-night Alaska Cruise with two-nights in Denali National Park. “The whole family came together when spotting animals on a wilderness tour.”
Eleanor says many Baby Boomers vacations will focus on unique experiences. “They have an ‘If not now, then when?’ approach on travel and realize that their dream trips in the next phase of their life might be limited by mobility concerns. They want to see the world, see it now, and see it with family.”
Try these trips:
- Take the family on a custom designed 15 day Kenya Safari.
- Rent a multi-bedroom Tuscan Villa.
- Cruise the Caribbean in style.