4 Tips For Planning An Orlando Family Reunion

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4 Tips for Planning an Orlando Family Reunion

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Orlando is one of the top family reunion destinations in the world, and for good reason. The weather is beautiful, the people are friendly and there is no shortage of fun to be had regardless of your family’s age or interests. But before you embark on an unforgettable adventure, consider these 4 quick tips for planning an Orlando family reunion.

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1. Stay connected.

The thing about plans is…they change. When they inevitably do, it’s important to keep everyone in the loop. If you’re planning a family reunion, we recommend creating a Facebook group or event that will serve as the central hub of communication for everyone involved. Here, the person tasked with planning the reunion will be able to send out updates and information necessary to keep everyone up to speed. Plus, it’s a fun way to post family photos and share stories that will get everyone excited about reuniting!

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2. Give yourself plenty of time.

Hoping to go on a family reunion next year? Get started now! Big family reunions can require a fairly decent amount of planning, sometimes a year or more. People need to request time off from work, set extra money aside and make sure everything at home is in order before leaving on a trip. Save yourself and your family the headache of rushing to put everything together, and allow plenty of time to plan in peace.

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3. Choose the right accommodations.

Family reunions usually mean large groups of people, and if you’re thinking of staying in an Orlando hotel, that can mean equally large accommodation expenses. The most affordable solution for Orlando family reunions is often a vacation rental home, or for extra-large groups, several vacation homes located near one another.

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Orlando-area vacation homes routinely save guests from 40-60% on accommodation expenses, and offer amenities like private pools, separate suites, fully-equipped kitchens and full-size washers and dryers. All this means you get more for your money, and you and your family are able to relax with all the comforts of home at hand.

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4. Don’t try to force a single schedule on everyone.

Keep in mind that family reunions bring together different parts of the family in all different stages of life.  Everyone has different expectations for vacation, and that means that some may want to hit the Orlando parks at the crack of dawn with the kids while others prefer take it easy, wake up at noon and head to the attractions later.

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Rather than trying to force everyone into the same routine, assign certain activities to certain days. Agree to visit Disney on Monday, Universal on Tuesday and Gatorland on Wednesday for example, and then meet up together for dinner at a pre-determined spot. This way, everyone can explore Orlando at their leisure and still enjoy plenty of quality family time together.

 
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