Thomas Cook Kids First Family Vacations

I'm a Canadian but I'm not a fan of winter! To help get through the dreary winter for the past 3 years we have escaped to a sunny destination every February for a week. Nothing beats the January blahs like the promise of sun, sand and fun.

When my family travels I always try to include the whole family in our choice of destination, where we will stay and what we will do.  One of the most helpful ways to find a great resort is to talk to others who have been there.  My friend and her family are staying at a resort we stayed at last year and her kids were very excited to hear from my kids about all of the fun activities to do. 

When I was asked recently to blog about Thomas Cook Kids First Family Vacations I thought,"Absolutely, what a great program!"  Thomas Cook Travel Kids First Vacations offers five sunny destinations to choose from:
  • Caribbean
  •  Jamaica
  •  Mexico
  •  Cuba
  •  Dominican Republic
Once you have chosen your destination all you have to do is decide on where you will stay.  The Kids First program has a review of fun things for your family to do at each resort.  I think the hard part is narrowing it down, they all look so great!

A bonus to booking a Thomas Cook Kids First vacation is the package you will receive upon booking your trip!

Thomas Cook Kids First also has a contest running right now.  Simple enter on the Website and be eligible to win weekly prizes of $100 movies passes or $100 in Indigo Kids gift cards.  Become a Kids First Travel Blogger and you might win the grand prize~ a family vacation to Beaches, Ocho Rios!   Thomas Cook Kids First wants to hear what your kids favourite vacation spot is and all of the fun things to see and do! 

Here's a little YouTube video explaining how to enter

You can follow Thomas Cook Canada on Twitter for the latest travel deals or check out their Facebook page here.

Disclosure: I was given the Thomas Cook Kids First Welcome Package to facilitate in the writing of this post. As always, all opinions expressed are my own.

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