3 Kid Friendly Vacation Spots

There are many obvious kid-friendly places to go on a family timeshare vacation. But there are just as many that you may not have thought about. Here are three you might want to consider. All of these offer family-oriented activities as well as budget-friendly timeshare rentals.
  1. Belize, Central America. This beautiful tropical country is located south of Mexico and next to Guatemala. It is considered one of the best budget family destinations in the world.

    The kids will love seeing the Community Baboon Sanctuary where they can wander through a Belizean rainforest and interact with nature as nowhere else. Guided tours will get them up close and personal to howler monkey families, and you can even take them on a nighttime crocodile expedition.

    The Belize Zoo in Belize City, and the Cockscomb Wildlife Sanctuary, home to the highest concentration of protected jaguars in the world, are two more fun activities for the kids. See Belize timeshares.

  2. Riviera Maya, Mexico. With all of the options available for a Cancun timeshare rental it's easy to make it a hub and take the kids south. Just half an hour from Cancun is Riviera Maya, a stretch of beaches that offers spectacular snorkeling for your older children, and exciting Mayan ruins to explore.

    The highlight of the area is the Xcaret theme park (see photo above). Here the kids can swim with dolphins - and sharks! - walk through a butterfly pavilion, and view pumas and jaguars as well as spider monkeys and brightly colored macaws. The river feature is a favorite where visitors float on rafts via an underground river through mangroves, past Mayan village replicas, and an interior portion with a beautiful stained glass window.

  3. Palm Springs, California. Yes, Palm Springs is a great kid-friendly vacation destination. Normally thought of as a place for retired golfers or as a honeymoon getaway, the Palm Springs area offers several activities just for kids.

    Start with Knott's Soak City, an amazing 21-acre waterpark creating a real oasis in the desert. With a 1950s Southern California beach theme, this water park offers more than a wave pool and a lazy river. The Dare Devil Tower is a speed slide that takes riders on a thrilling 7-story rapid decent. The park's newest ride, Pacific Spin, drops riders 75 feet into a 6-story funnel. Your youngest will have fun at the Gremmie Lagoon with pint-sized water slides.

    With over 50 hands-on exhibits, the Children's Discovery Museum of the Desert is filled with exciting encounters and interactive fun all designed to foster your child's natural curiosity. Here kids can dress up, work with scientific equipment, and even participate in an archaeological dig in search of Cahuilla Indian artifact replicas. See Palm Springs timeshares.
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