23 Travel Goals for Families

Travel is one of the best ways to bring your family closer and spend quality time together. Not only do you get to explore new places and create memories together, but you also get to watch your children grow into the adventurous young people you want them to be.

23 Travel goals for families

If you haven’t thought about setting travel goals for your family then you should re-consider. Setting goals together as a family is a great way to make sure set out your expectations of each other and the trip, and could avoid a whole heap of arguments down the line. Travel goals are a bit like a travel bucket list, but less specific and has more scope for movement to adapt to whatever situation or destination you end up in. Take a look at our list of 23 Travel Goals for Families below for you to get started.

  1. Visit at least one country in each continent together
  2. Do a long weekend staycation in your own country
  3. Each take it in turns to plan a different trip
  4. Start a new hobby abroad that you can continue at home
  5. Go glamping
  6. Spend a day ‘off the grid’ together
  7. Make friends with another family whilst away (and stay in contact afterwards)
  8. Do a random act of kindness on each holiday
  9. Tick off as many modes of transport as possible (plane, bus, car, boat, tuk-tuk, segway etc…)
  10. Do a family volunteering holiday
  11. Start a family travel photo album/scrapbook
  12. Learn to cook an authentic local dish from another culture
  13. Do a multi-city trip
  14. Write your bucket lists
  15. Stay in an all-inclusive resort
  16. Learn another language together (or each learn a different language and broaden your combined knowledge)
  17. Do a road-trip in a campervan/RV
  18. Stay in a hostel
  19. Walk under a waterfall
  20. Spend Christmas in a different country
  21. Do a home-stay and immerse yourself in a new culture
  22. Go back-packing
  23. Watch the sunrise together in a wonderful place

Of course there are SO many other family travel goals that you could have, we’ve just pulled out a few of our favourites to get you started. If your children are old enough, creating a goals list is a great activity to involve them in before you go away.

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