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How to Have a Fun Holiday with Your Loved Ones

Post by Taislany Gomes • June 19, 2019 • Other

Few experiences can compare to a relaxing trip with your loved ones in a beautiful location. If you struggle to spend quality time with your nearest and dearest, and want to right this wrong in 2019, it might be time to plan a fun trip with your friends and/or family members.

It will allow you each to come together to laugh, chat, and share wonderful memories. To ensure you all embark on a getaway that will be impossible to forget, make sure you read this top advice on how to have a fun holiday with your loved ones.

Discuss Your Holiday Requirements in Advance

Before you get ahead of yourself, and start browsing every destination on your travel bucket list, get together with your loved ones to discuss everyone’s holiday requirements. For example, while you might dream of soaking up the summer sun in a picturesque setting, your relatives or friends might want to enjoy a spot of sightseeing. By sitting everyone down to discuss each other’s wants and needs, you could decide on a destination to complement everyone’s wishes.

Select the Best Accommodation for Your Group

Most destinations will provide holidaymakers with different forms of accommodation. While a hotel might be perfectly fine for a break away with your partner, if you are travelling with friends or family, the thought of staying in a hotel doesn’t sound so appealing. You want to make the most of your time spending quality time with them all, and you can do so in style and luxury staying in spacious accommodation perfect for large groups.

For example, you could come together each day with your loved ones in one of the many relaxing, luxurious villas in Menorca. As a result, you can enjoy the comforts of a living room, dining room, kitchen, and even a pool, and you will not be too far away from the many landmarks, restaurants, bars, and attractions at your destination. 

Maintain a Positive Attitude at All Times

Sadly, problems can arise during travel, but you shouldn’t allow them to impact your holiday with your nearest and dearest. So, if your flight gets delayed, your luggage becomes lost, or an excursion is cancelled, try not to sweat the small stuff and maintain a positive attitude. Otherwise, you could unnecessarily ruin the experience for both yourself and your loved ones.

Give Your Loved Ones Some Space

While a group holiday will provide you with an opportunity to spend quality time with your friends or family, you also should give them some space from time to time. Spending 24 hours together can be intense, which is why you should allow them to go off on their own adventures or you must take a step back when they need a little alone time.

Take Plenty of Photographs

Who knows when you will next head off on a fun trip with your friends or family in the future. Treasure your time together by taking plenty of photographs throughout a getaway, so you can each look back on a break with a smile. While images of beautiful sunsets and stunning architecture can be great, they cannot compare to fun or stunning group photographs with your family or friends. So, ensure you snap many photos of your loved ones during a holiday, which will ensure you will never forget the superb experience.

Go Outside Your Comfort Zone

While you might be more than happy to lounge by the pool or at the beach, you should aim to regularly push yourself outside of your comfort zone when holidaying with your friends and family. For example, if a relative wants to embark on a thrill-seeking activity, rather than rejecting the idea, say yes. It could help you to embark on a unique experience that could become a highlight of your trip and could strengthen your bond.

Enjoy a Spontaneous Adventure

While an itinerary will ensure you don’t miss out on a beautiful landmark or a fun attraction, you should each leave room in your schedule for a little spontaneity. For example, grab your loved ones together to go off the beaten path, or jump on public transport to explore a nearby town or city. It will ensure your trip is filled with fun memories, and it will allow you all to immerse yourselves in a destination’s culture.

Involve Others

Never assume a loved one wouldn’t want to embark on a particular activity during a holiday, which could make them feel excluded from the rest of the group. Even if you think they wouldn’t want to go paragliding or bungee jumping, ensure you ask them along anyway, even if it is just to watch as you embark on the thrill-seeking activity. You can guarantee they will appreciate the offer.

Grab an Early Night

It can be tempting to stay up late every night when on holiday, but this can be a big mistake. Not only can it cause you to feel tired and lethargic throughout a getaway, but it can also lead to irritability and a low mood.

Ensure you maintain a happy, energetic spirit by occasionally grabbing an early night or sleeping in a little later than usual. By doing so, you will be bursting with energy and personality, which can have a positive effect on your loved ones.

Establish a No-Phone Rule for Mealtimes

It is likely you, and your loved ones have been looking forward to a getaway for many months or weeks. It can, therefore, be frustrating to discover family members or friends want to spend more time with their smartphone than they do with others. To avoid conflict or tension, establish a no-phone rule during a holiday.

While it is perfectly fine for people to check their text messages or emails from time to time, encourage your loved ones to avoid using their devices during mealtimes, which is when a family should come together.


Rather than allowing another month to pass without seeing your friends or relatives, organise a fun holiday that will bring you all together in a stunning location. It will provide an opportunity for you each to reconnect, share experiences, and make memories that could strengthen your bond forever.

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