Go ahead and Google “family vacation.” You’ll find plenty of pictures showing a husband and wife, with two kids, having fun in the sun on a beach. This might be the vacation of your dreams as a traveler, but if you’re a single-parent family searching for an epic adventure, these images might not resonate. Despite the near 12 million families in the U.S. run by a single parent, this shows that travel is still tailored to couples.
Single parents surveyed by the Family Travel Association said they often feel the travel industry doesn’t understand their needs. This means single-parent travelers and agents need to work together to better understand how to create a great experience. Here is a list of tips and resort options to consider when you’re ready to plan your next single-parent family vacation.
These resorts are known for being kid-friendly and could be the perfect place for you and your family to stay.
Do you have any family favorite resorts or have any helpful tips on single-family travel? Let us know in the comments below.