Splash Coconut Bay’s tropical playground in St. Lucia will entertain everyone in your family from infants to grandparents. They have the largest waterpark in St. Lucia and the first paintball facility to host 10 players.
The resort offers multiple pools plus the waterpark, CocoLand, with a lazy river and waterslides. Coconut Canon, one of three waterslides, is the fastest slide and enclosed for a thrill. The lazy river will leave you relaxed while you twist and turn around the park and even cool off under some waterfalls. They even have their own water playground for tots to run around and have fun too.
Memories Splash Punta Cana in Dominican Republic will entertain any family that loves excitement. With seven waterslides geared towards ages 10 and above your adrenaline fans will definitely get their fill. Don’t worry anyone 2-10 years old will get their chance on slides built just for their size. Aside from all the waterslides they also have splash pads, spray grounds, non-stop activities, crystal-clear pools, tubes, a wave pool and loads of splish splashin' fun!
The resort offers lots of family-friendly activities ranging from sports to entertainment to recreational activities. They have beach volleyball, tennis, trivia games, beach and pool Olympics, fitness center, disco, and many more activities that will leave your family entertained the whole vacation.
This resort is great for families of all sizes from a family of 2 to a family of 8. There are rooms here that will accommodate everyone on the list.
vertical drop through complete darkness or one that ends with a leisurely pass through a clear acrylic tunnel submerged in a shark-filled lagoon. This is one unique waterpark you need to add to the top of your list!
while they wade in the water. Kids ages 6-10 can experience being a trainer for a day and interact with exotic animals. Atlantis Kids Adventures is the coolest kids club in the Caribbean for ages 3-12. There are five themed spaces for the kids to choose from and let their imagination roar from there.
most important grapes, the Italian appellation system, and a hint about food pairings, too.
After you passed Wine School, it’s time to hope in the car and enjoy the Chianti Road. The Chiantigiana (SR222) is the road that connects Florence to Siena. It is one of top beautiful driving roads in Italy. While driving along this road you will pass acres upon acres of vineyards that produce the world-famous Chianti Classico DOCG.
The best time to visit during the September harvest or just before to see the vines bowing under the weight of ripening grapes. There are also local festivals to celebrate the harvest that you can join in as well. Panzano holds their festival, Vino al Vino, the third week in September.
While driving down Chiantigiana don’t forget to visit some of the ancient towns along the way and stop by a vineyard for a tasting. Make sure to double check to see if the winery is open before visiting. Some great towns to stop in to visit local wineries are:
Greve in Chianti is one of Chianti’s main market towns. This town is full of history, from its Franciscan monastery in the old quarter to the market on the triangular main piazza, where traders have been selling their wares down the centuries.
Panzano in Chianti is a small town between Castellina and Greve, first settled by the Etruscans. It is overlooked by an 11th-century castle, a hike to which, through the cobbled streets, is well worth the effort. While you are in Panzano they have a wine store, Enoteca Falorni, where you purchase credits on a card and then go to different wine stations where you can sample various wines from the region.
Radda in Chianti The ancient market town of Radda has been key to Chianti’s fortunes and remains a community immersed in the wine industry. It is enclosed in large defensive walls located up on a hill between two valleys. Stroll the cobbled streets to trace this town’s history down the centuries, in the old town walls, the Palazzo del Podesta, and the Propositura di San Niccolo.
If you want to enjoy the Chianti wine experience but don’t want to drive we can match you up with a tour so you can leave the driving to someone else.
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Located in the Caribbean, the Cayman Islands are located just 90 miles south of Cuba. The Cayman Islands are made up of three islands: Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. With stunning coral reefs, brilliantly clear waters, sun-kissed beaches, an endless choice of fine dining
Travelling with children doesn’t have to be an anxiety-inducing worry-fest for mom and dad. It can actually be a pleasant and memorable experience for all involved. Even though the days of travelling spontaneously and having the attitude to just “fly by the seat of your pants” are over when you travel with children, it doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun. Here are some secrets to helping you maintain your inner zen when vacationing with the little ones.
As the saying goes “preparation is the key to success.” This also applies to travelling with children. Know where you are going and the length of time you will be gone. Then, think of all the items your little one uses during that length of time because these are the essentials that will help make your trip run smoothly. I always try to make sure that a mass merchandiser such as Wal-Mart or Target is close by our travel destination because you can’t pack everything or plan for unexpected events, and these stores have almost everything to divert a situation.
Have New Toys
Getting to your destination can be one of the most difficult parts of travelling with children. Whether travelling by plane, car, train or boat, the goal is to keep your children appropriately occupied during any transport method without using screen time so you don’t continuous hear whining, crying or the age-old question, “are we there yet?” Having new toys hidden specifically for these times will extend your little’s attention span.