Best Family Destinations Guidebook Helps Create Idiot-Proof Vacations | My Family Travels
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While opportunities are endless in terms of travel, how does one decide where to go and what to do once you are there? The "Complete Idiot's Guide to the Best Family Destinations" answers these questions and more.

The travel industry is a booming business with thousands of destinations around the world catering to every possible interest and income. The goal of the Family Travel Forum community is to bring families the best advice in regards to any travel destination, deal or trend.  Knowing that many various components go into a great vacation, FamilyTravelForum.com along with co-founder and editor, Kyle McCarthy, bring you their latest guidebook titled “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Best Family Destinations.” 

Whether you like skiing in Colorado or sunning in Hawaii, this guidebook offers something for everyone.  Covering over 200 destinations in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, the book is organized based on region and then categorized based on attractions. 

Each destination is loaded with specific details on what to do, where to stay and how to get there.  “Fun Facts” and “Vacation Planning Tips” give the reader an extra insight into each destination.  For instance, did you know that the “Great Smoky Mountains are known as the salamander capital of the world”?  Well, if you are planning a trip to this area of Tennessee, this is definitely a fact worth knowing.

Also enjoyable are the quotes throughout the book from travelers who have already seen the destination.  Taken from the FamilyTravelForum.com site, these quotes add a distinct approachability to the guidebook.  Knowing that other travelers had a pleasant time somewhere makes each destination seem like a great place to visit. 

Since many of the quotes from sister site travelBIGO.com were taken from teens, parents can rest assured that their kids will have fun.  If your kids are still wary of your vacation decisions, the book has an easy to follow prose, so they can read it too and then help in the planning.

In this day and age, it’s so easy to just go online and book a vacation to anywhere in the world.  Yet as many of us can only take one vacation a year, if that, we want every moment of our vacation to count.  So instead of just booking the first destination that comes to mind, do some research first to really know what to expect. 

That said, "Complete Idiot's Guide to the Best Family Destinations" is reliable source for planning your next vacation.

 

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Name: Complete Idiot's Guide to the Best Family Destinations
By: Kyle McCarthy & FamilyTravelForum.com
Best for Ages: 10 and up
Price: $18.95
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