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Skip-gen travel, also called gramping, is a growing travel trend of grandparents and grandkids traveling together without the children’s parents (so it skips the middle generation).
With pandemic fatigue hitting hard, a skip-gen vacation might be exactly the kind of multigenerational vacation that kids, parents and grandparents all need this year.
Parents can certainly use a break from nonstop family togetherness. Kids have cabin fever from the monotony of virtual schooling and homebound routines. And for grandparents who’ve been isolated from family for a year, hugging the grandkids tops their vacation wish list.
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As always, we invite you to “gramp” your way to time with your grandkids at Ocean’s Reach!