3 custom tours for multigenerational families
Seeing foreign countries with your nearly grown offspring is a particular joy. These three custom tours are adept at multigenerational trips.
Suthat temple in Bangkok,Thailand. (May 21, 2012)
Tourists buy dolls at Chatuchak Market in Bangkok, Thailand. (May 19, 2012)
Elephant Mae Kham Paan after being washing by volunteers at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai province, Thailand. (September 2011)
Western tourists, one wearing a Vietnamese flag t-shirt, walk along a street in Ho Chi Minh City. (Feb. 25, 2005)
Tourists visit the world heritage Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap province in Cambodia, one of the highlights on G-Adventures' tour of Southeast Asia.
The Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland is one of the stops on the Easter Europe Jewish Heritage Tour run by Gil Travel.
Eastern Europe Jewish Heritage Tour run by Gil Travel includes the oldest Hungarian Synagogue in downtown Budapest. The 190-year old synagogue was a television studio during the socialist era and restored to its former status in 2010.
The Eastern Europe Jewish Heritage Tour includes Prague, where you can see a statue of Franz Kafka that's situated on a square between the Christian church of Saint Spirit and the Spanish synagogue (background) next to the house where Kafka was born in the city's Old Town.
Hit Ireland with Vagabond Tours and riding horseback along a deserted beach on the country's west coast is among the activities.
Participants hike over fields and streams in Ireland on Vagabond Tours' Ireland jaunt around the Dingle Peninsula.
Vagabound Tours' Ireland trip includes kayaking in protected inlets near Kerry.
Surfing on some of western Ireland's deserted beaches.
Bike through Killarney National Park in Ireland and you'll pass fields of sheep.