Rumour has it that multi-generational family travel is to be the biggest emerging trend for the coming year. Reconnecting with families and loved ones is the driving force for jetting away, so with all this in mind, Four Seasons offers summer inspirations:
Family travel is a no-brainer at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North. The Resort appeals to guests’ inner cowboy with complimentary star gazing and campfires as well as adventurous Hike & Kayak or Fly & Hike excursions to the Salt River and Grand Canyon.
Three generations can all hit the greens in unison for a round or two of golf together at Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo or Four SeasonsResort Mauritius at Anahita where guests of all ages are offered unlimited complimentary golf on championship courses. For those striving to better grandpa’s handicap, Four Seasons Resort Provence at Terre Blanche is the prime course. The new academy and Albatros Golf Performance Centre at the Resort is ready and waiting to teach even the most amateur golfers pro skills.
For families travelling to Europe this summer, sidecar city tours are all the rage at Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon and vintage sports car tours are popular with every age at Four Seasons Hotel Prague.
For families keen on exploring, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Thailand offers the chance to visit three countries in one week. Appealing to those of all ages, begin with a boat trip to Don Xao, then onto historical Chiang Saen and end by driving across the border into Burma.
At Four Seasons Hotel Beirut luxurious boat trips are de rigueur. Learn to dive or simply take a chef on board to relax and be pampered. This is a great way to see the city and the skyline, soak up the sun and learn a little history. Back at the Hotel the highest rooftop pool in the whole of the Middle East is enticing for every age.
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