The family trips you took as a kid growing up undoubtedly made for the most memorable and sweetest moments that you’ll remember for a lifetime. Not to mention, these adventures you’ve had with your family probably helped shape you into the person you are today. Make sure you give your own kid these same experience by taking them on adventures while they grow up. Here are 3 adventures every family should experience together.

Sleep under the stars

There is something so peaceful and absolutely fascinating about sleeping outside with a starry masterpiece above you. Take your family into the great outdoors for a camping trip and spend some quality time together around the campfire roasting s’mores, telling stories, and sharing laughs. Not only does a camping trip get your family outside and into nature, but it also provides a unique environment to create memories you wouldn’t be able to create anywhere else.

Spend weeks in a foreign country

Taking your kids abroad is one of the most adventurous and enriching things you can do for your family. Pack up your bags and jet off to a destination in a different country for a few weeks at a time if you can find time in life’s schedule. In doing so, you will spend enough time to soak in the culture, make memories, and have the kinds of invaluable experiences people wait their entire lives to have. And doing it together as a family makes everything more meaningful.

Take a road trip

While experiences abroad may be some of the most amazing trips your family will have, don’t forget the charm of a good ole fashioned road trip. Pack up the car, grab some road trip snacks, and head off to wherever your heart desires. Maybe you’re just off to visit grandma for the holidays, or you’re headed out on your next adventure. No matter where you’re off to next, classic family road trips will be remembered for generations to come.

Make sure you take these 3 different trips with your family to make memories that will last a lifetime. And above all, always remember to never stop exploring even if you’ve been to your destination a million times before.