Experiential Family Travel: A Ticket to Fond Memories

Experiential Family Travel: A Ticket to Fond Memories

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Rohan Gelber-Higgins in Jerusalem

An airline ticket can be a passport to learning a language, indulging in a hobby, polishing a skill or understanding a culture — and people who give a trip with a theme can make a getaway gift particularly memorable.

“My sense is that yes, people are more inclined to give a gift of experience, and by that I mean getting deeper under the hood of a place than the superficial shopping and sightseeing,” said Ethan Gelber, director of editorial for the Family Travel Association.

Read the rest of this article on The International New York Times.

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