Although we often do Florida road trips with our boys, going international for five days though is a big commitment when you have two unpredictable toddlers. However, from past experiences we knew that Beaches Resorts would make traveling internationally with our twin preschoolers like a day at the beach (pun intended), so it was a no-brainer for all of us to go.
The all-inclusive resort even includes a kids camp, called Camp Sesame, which we would utilize in the mornings so we could hit the beach and go kayaking or paddle boarding (also included) and then we'd all have lunch together and take the boys back to our room for nap time (yes, we still try to observe nap time when we travel). Also, one night we brought the boys to the camp too, so we could have an adult-only dinner at Kimonos hibachi steakhouse, just 1 of 9 included restaurants on the resort.
Enough yada yada, I'll let our vacay photos and video do the rest of the talking:
|Doesn't this look like a brochure? I promise it's real and I took it - no filter!|
|Like mother like sons! Ordering free drinks at the swim-up bar ;)|
|Toes in the sand!|
|Off to Camp Sesame through this pretty walkway!|
|Making castles in the sand.|
|Brothers gotta build.|
|Sesame Street character breakfast with dad & friends!|
|With fellow Beaches Moms!|
Tips for Beaches Resorts with Toddlers and Infants:Are you planning on traveling to Beaches with infants or toddlers? Read the following blog posts for more tips for all three Beaches Resorts locations:
- 10 VIP Tips for Beaches Turks & Caicos
- Tips for Traveling to Beaches Turks & Caicos with Infants & Toddlers
- Every Tip You Need to Take Toddlers to Beaches Ocho Rios