Tis the holiday season! So many families these days like to give holiday gifts of big vacations and experiences, rather than the traditional gifts that tend to be lost over time. There is nothing better than gifting a vacation to a loved one to create long lasting memories for years and years to come. There are so many different vacation ideas that you can gift including traveling to the gorgeous beaches of Jamaica and Turks and Caicos, a ski trip, visiting the Northern Lights, or a themed park vacation to name a few. For me, with the weather we have been having, a trip to the unbelievable beaches sounds like pure heaven. One of the best places I have visited was the Beaches Resorts.
I have been very lucky to have visited Beaches Turks and Caicos twice in the last 2 years. When you are talking about an ideal family vacation, there is truly nothing like Beaches Resorts. In Rhode Island, we have had two major snowstorms already with more predicted for the winter. There are many options below to spending your winter months but in my eyes nothing is better than escaping to the Caribbean beaches and enjoying the beautiful Beaches Resorts.
There are currently Beaches Resorts at Turks and Caicos, Negril, and Ocho Rios. All of these Beaches Resorts are truly all inclusive including the tip system. At these resorts they offer a full array of land and water sports, gourmet dining at up to 21 specialty restaurants, activities and amenities for all ages. Basically they supply you with just about everything and from there, you can pick or chose where you want to spend your days.
Beaches Resorts is a luxury vacation in every sense of the word. They have something from everyone in your party aging from the very young to the grandparents who want to see the kids smile the entire vacation. One of my favorite places to visit is Beaches and I think you will say so yourself, once you visit.
Whatever you chose this holiday season, be happy and healthy! Enjoy!
*I worked with Beaches Resorts on this post. All opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*