74% of Brits celebrate Easter, making it one of the most popular holidays of the year. And if you thought Easter was only for attending church or taking pictures with bunnies, think again.
There’s so much to do during Easter, making it worth its own special vacation.
Read on to find out how to plan an unforgettable Easter vacation.
Choose a Family-Friendly Destination
Easter is all about family, with both the young and old celebrating this spring holiday. Take this chance to gather the whole family for a fun trip to some of the best vacation spots.
Many of the best destinations for holidays offer Easter packages, including Easter brunches, egg hunts, and more. Look for Easter vacation spots that suit your family’s needs and interests.
Try New Traditions
You may already have your own Easter traditions, such as dyeing eggs or visiting the Easter Bunny. But trying new traditions can inject some excitement into your Easter celebration, while you and your family learn something new.
Discover Easter traditions around the world such as setting off fireworks or dressing in Easter costumes. Get to know how different cultures created their traditions, and then try out the ones that appeal to your family.
Stock Up on Easter Foods
Even if your Easter vacation takes you far from home, it’s important to prepare some special Easter foods.
Easter is known for a variety of sweets, like Easter basket chocolates. Don’t forget to stock up on these surprise snacks for your little ones.
You can also prepare foods like Easter cakes to bring with you on your trip. But if making and packing foods during your vacation is too much work, don’t worry: You can likely find a nearby Easter buffet, no matter where you go.
Easter and Spring Break vacation are some of the best times to try new crafts with your family, without the distraction of homework and other responsibilities.
Try making your own Easter eggs out of materials like wood or paper-mâché. If you’re religious, this is also a great opportunity to create some Easter-themed crafts in the shape of a cross, for example.
Just like any vacation, it’s important to wind down and relax during your Easter vacation. When not spending time gathering with the family, treat yourself to some me time.
Send the kids off to an Easter play or egg hunt while you visit your favorite pamper spot. This could be a spa, shopping center, or an upscale restaurant. No matter how you choose to treat yourself, you deserve it.
Get Ready for Your Easter Vacation
Make the most of your Easter vacation with the whole family. Choose an exciting Easter destination and fill your schedule with crafts, chocolates, and more. And when the kids are busy, don’t forget to treat yourself to some me time.
For more ideas for your Easter vacation, check out our other travel articles!