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Family vacations worldwide

From the Caribbean to the Indian Ocean and beyond, our portfolio is full of exotic properties perfectly suited to families, whether you’d like a children’s club or simply a family-friendly place to play and relax.

Traveling a little further afield with children doesn’t have to be a huge challenge. If you want to escape somewhere exotic as a family, we can craft a customized vacation to balmy climes that suits the ages of your children, and makes traveling as easy and comfortable as possible.

From a family villa with a private pool in Barbados, to snorkeling in the Seychelles or magical tree-houses in Thailand, our portfolio features a vast array of luxury properties across the world that are perfectly set up for family vacations. And because we can arrange everything from private transfers to babysitting, all that’s left for you to do is sit back and relax.

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Exclusive Thailand: A Family Journey from North to South

Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Koh Samui

A cultural delight, this 13-night exclusive itinerary will take you from the northern heights of Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai, down to Bangkok for a few days in the City of Angels ending with some quality time together at Samujana, an idyllic beach hideaway.

Best for: Culture, Family, Beach, Teenagers

Sunny California Road Trip

San Francisco, Yosemite, Carmel, Morro Bay, Santa Barbara & Santa Monica

California conjures visions of Hollywood stars and surfers, but that's just the surface; from soulful San Francisco, Yosemite's giant redwoods, endless coastal beaches, charming wine-country and LA family fun, the Golden State is one of great contrasts.

Best for: Family, Adventure, Teenagers, Couples

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