Updated: Mar 5
Do you sometimes feel like there’s not enough time in your busy schedules for quality family time? How many times has the weekend vanished, Monday rears its ugly head again and you’ve felt like you’ve not spent any time together as a family?
There’s plenty of benefits that come from having more engaged, quality experiences with your family and one of the best ways to achieve this is to go on a family day trip.
Spending time with the kids can help them to feel secure in their relationship with their parents and it also helps the parent get to know their kids better. It also makes children feel important and loved as well as giving them a chance, away from the home environment, to talk about their thoughts and feelings.
And you don’t need to spend several days or a week away to make lasting and memorable experiences. A day trip away from home has plenty of rewards. They allow you to take a break and recharge. A chance to discover a different place where you can try new food and have new experiences. They offer great learning opportunities and present the chance to learn new things.
A day trip doesn’t eat into your holiday days from work too much as you can do a day trip on a weekend or just take a single day off.
They are relatively inexpensive as you don’t have to pay out a lot for fuel or toll costs, for an airfare or for accommodation.
Recent studies have shown that taking shorter, more frequent breaks can help avoid burnout at work and school and lower stress levels.
We think we’ve got the ideal way to get the most out of a day away from home.
Our Mini Adventures allow parents and children to learn about a new place together which not only creates a family bond through shared memories and experiences but will build self-esteem in the children too. You will all have immense fun finding and solving clues together whilst seeing new sights at the same time.
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