With the end of the year only a couple of weeks away, you might be trying to figure out what to do with your family this holiday season. If you haven’t booked a family vacation flight or made any reservations due to low funds, these are some last minute budget friendly things you could do to make the vacation memorable regardless.
Camping is a great way for families to bond and spend time together. You can find a suitable location in the countryside or even in your hometown to enjoy family camping. You’ll need some tents, camping hammocks, inflatable lounger, lots of food and drinks, water, light and of course sticks to make a warm fire. What’s camping without all these? To enjoy camping and for maximum relaxation while at it, you can get great deals from Pouch Couch, they sell good quality Camping hammocks and inflatable loungers
Book a Staycation
If you want that feel of luxury and comfort for your family, you might decide to book a staycation at a pocket friendly 5-star hotel in your city. Your staycation with family could last anywhere between 1-3 nights. Make sure to make a schedule/plan for the staycation so that everyone knows when to meet up at for drinks, games, swimming, family dinner and lots more.
Treat your family to a dinner at a fancy restaurant
If booking a staycation on or taking a trip for camping is not your thing, you can make a reservation at a fancy restaurant. Send the address to everyone with a dress code, call a photographer, enjoy different new cuisines and make great family memories in one night.
Amusement park or Tourist site
You can also take your family to an amusement park, a museum, a Cinema, a tourist site around your vicinity to have fun. It doesn’t have to be expensive to be enjoyable. The most important thing about holidays is to ensure that you create family memories together.
Book a Spa Appointment
You can also book a Spa appointment for you and your spouse, it’s a great way to relieve all the stress of the working year and also an avenue to enjoy time together 😉
In the end, the amount of money spent on the holiday fun isn’t what makes it special, it’s the memories you share doing these things together that’s makes it worthwhile . Make sure that you always make out time to enjoy the season with your family. Another extra tip is that you should plan family vacations right from the beginning of the year, so that you can save up and make more convenient plans for it.
Any other ideas for a budget friendly family holiday? Share with me in the comments.