Having little ones doesn’t mean you need to compromise your vacation dreams. Take the kids with you – or leave them with Grandma and Grandpa – and have the vacation you deserve.
Maybe it’s the Caribbean for spring break; Disney with the extended family (Aunts and Uncles, cousins, your chosen-family); or exploring the history of Juno Beach along the coast of Dieppe, France. Whatever you desire, we will find the best option for you and your family.
At Eleventy 3 Vacations, we specialize in family-friendly travel, so you never have to worry if the resort will be kid or baby friendly; have plenty of activities to keep their busy minds occupied; or if baby sitting service is available so you and your significant other can sneak away for a romantic dinner. We love to see the whole family come together and make memories that last a lifetime – bring the kids, bring Grandma and Grandpa, bring your friends’ family!
We’ll even find accommodations for Fido, if you can’t leave home without your fur babies. After all, they’re family, too!
And of course, sometimes we need to get away from the little ones. Instead of driving little Stevie to hockey practice or Taylor to dance, you can be sitting on the beach with a cold drink in hand or backpacking through Europe.
Let us help you find the perfect getaway from your busy life.
Your imagination is your only limitation. That’s where we thrive.
About Christina, your travel agent:
I first fell in love with travel when I was 19 years old. My parents took the whole family to Cuba for Christmas, along with my Aunt’s family. There was a total of six cousins, ranging from 17 to 25. It was all of our first experience traveling to an all-inclusive resort and to the Caribbean. We all had a blast and made memories we’ll never forget. We have all grown now, and have taken on lives and families of our own; totalling 13 second cousins with more to come. We continue to get together often, through travel and holidays.
Fast forward 14 years and over 35 trips (domestic, trans boarder, and international), and my love for travel has only grown, and I ache for more. It seems that no matter what path I take in life, all directions lead to travel. Whether it’s traveling for business for a conference in San Francisco; touring the country side of Ukraine with a dance ensemble; leisure travel with family and friends; and most recently, showing the world to my daughter. Needless to say, travel is a large part of my life.
My daughter, Taylor, is a miracle baby. I was told time and time again that I would not be able to conceive. I chose to redirect my focus to travel (and life-long learning.) It’s only appropriate that we found out we were pregnant shortly after returning from Hawaii. This came to a shock to me, and was bitter sweet. Although excited for my growing family, I was saddened that our life would change drastically and we would no longer travel frequently.
I soon learned, “You can have your cake and eat it, too.”
It didn’t take long for me to figure it out. Travel is my greatest passion, and if there’s a will, there’s a way. Through budgeting and a few everyday compromises, we have found a way to continue traveling with a toddler in tow. Since she has been born, I have continued to travel three times per year, whether it’s with the whole family, solo, or with my significant other or a friend.
Taylor, now three, has traveled more than the average Canadian in her short life. She has had breakfast with Minnie at Disneyland, visited her cousins on the East Coast, and put her toes in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and the Caribbean Sea. She is constantly asking when she will get to fly again, and where to.
This is why I started Eleventy 3 Vacations. Why must we sacrifice a passion, when we can have it all? That being said, I understand the stresses associated with finding an appropriate destination and resort for our loved ones. Let me take that stress off of your hands.