The locales may be fancy (castles, and private islands, anyone?), but when it comes to getting away from it all, the Royal Family wants the same things we all do: a little fun and some R&R.
Balmoral Castle, located in the Scottish highlands, has remained a longtime favorite of the Royals. The Queen and her family often spent their there, and still do.
The beautiful, privately owned island in St. Vincent was home to the from her former rumored beau, Colin Tennant. Queen Elizabeth received a warm welcome when she visited her sister on the isle back in the 70s, and it still remains a favorite holiday spot for the family today.
Throughout her reign, Queen Elizabeth has made . Still, nothing remains more fabulous than Her Majesty going on an African safari with the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Royals spend most of their family ski trips in Klosters — Prince Charles has been a frequent visitor since the 70s and .
Keeping up with tradition, Prince William and Prince Harry spent many summers at Balmoral Castle, visiting the rivers located on the grand estate.
It was no secret that Princess Diana loved spending her vacations at the beach, so much so that the one in Barbuda that she frequented was .
Helping her soak in the sand and surf, Princess Diana regularly brought Prince Harry and Prince William on vacation with her.
They also joined her on this ski trip in Austria as kiddos.
Following in the Prince of Wales' foot steps, his children got an early start visiting the ski resort in Klosters. They hit the slopes with their Royal cousins Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York.
Getting older, Prince William and Prince Harry still made their way to Klosters with their dad.
Besides skiing, Prince Charles also knows how to enjoy warmer climates. When he and the Duchess of Cornwall visited India, they tried on traditional floral garland necklaces.
The Royal couple are also no strangers to going on safari. Having a bit of fun posing at the same time, they tried spotting rhino on a reserve in South Africa.
Charles and Camila aren't the only couple that like to have fun. While visiting the South Pacific island, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge danced with the ladies at a Vaiku Falekaupule ceremony.
These days, Will and Kate are hitting the slopes together, and bringing along their children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.