Multi-generational travel, usually a trip taken by three or more generations of a family, is one of this year's biggest travel trends. We ask Vera Nagtegaal, the executive head of Hippo.co.za, for her tips on how to plan one.
Ask yourself: what is the budget?
Nagtegaal says establishing a budget is key to beginning the planning process. "A budget is important to determine what people can afford and what they cannot. It also streamlines the planning process," she says.
Think about the destination
Ask everyone how far they are willing to travel. Will they want an international holiday or a local trip to a small town? "If you have family members spread over Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg, then find a midway spot that is easy for everyone to get to."