Take Your Kids On An Adventure Without Spending A Lot Of Money

by Pam on February 27, 2017

It’s that time of that year again. The sun is starting to peek its head from behind the clouds to remind us that fun and refreshing seasons are just around the corner. How will you take advantage of your vacation time this year? The kids have spring break coming up and then summer vacation will be all they can think about. Consider taking your kids on an adventure vacation this year.

Find Deals Online

One option is to take your family to SeaWorld this spring or summer and share the gift of marine life with your loved ones. There are some amazing offers now available at Groupon.com for a SeaWorld adventure, which could make this trip affordable for your family. Dozens of promo codes, discounts and special sales are waiting to be discovered to spruce up your trip, without having to cost you an arm and a leg.

For instance, one of the deals available right now is free admission to SeaWorld and Busch Gardens for kids aged five and under when you present their pre-school card. If you are a teacher, SeaWorld Parks is offering a complimentary single day ticket for you. There are many great deals to be found online if you are willing to take the time to find them.

Plan Ahead

Another thing you will want to do is decide in advance where and when you want to go and that way you can put enough money aside for your vacation.  If you always have this trip in the back of your mind, you can also get a head start and watch for deals, plan for what activities you will want to take in, etc.  Besides, half the fun of a trip is the anticipation!  You and your family should be excited about your trip.  Start a countdown and talk to your kids about it often.

Get Your Whole Family Involved

If your kids are old enough, get them involved by asking them to do some of their own research about the place you will be going.  Ask them to come up with some activities that they would like to do, and have find and report some interesting facts about your vacation destination.  You can also ask them to help pitch in with the cost – they could do some odd jobs, etc.  That way they will be sure to appreciate the trip more than if it was just handed to them on a silver platter.

No matter where you decide to go, the key is to take your family to a place that will be sure to provide great memories for years to come.  While the vacation may last only a week or two, the memories made there will last a lifetime!

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