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Family fun in Kenya

An adventure in Kenya and Tanzania doesn’t always make it to the top of the list when you think of perfect destinations for a family, but our family holiday this summer took us on the ultimate adventure to Kenya.  With so many to choose from, one of the most inspirational experiences of our trip was a visit to a local Masai village, the Tepesua Cultural Camp, which was a truly memorable experience for our us and our three children.   

From £1,595pp exc flights
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Trip type: 
Wildlife
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
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Minimum age: 
7

Kenya Family Safari

Africa, Kenya | 8 days
Trip code: 
YGFK
Families only
Family with Masai - Kenya
A wonderful family Safari adventure with big game, African camping, Masai culture and lakeside relaxation.

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From £1,995pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Wildlife
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
7

East Africa Family Safari

Africa, Kenya, Tanzania | 19 days
Trip code: 
YDFA
Families only
Spotting game -  Tanzania
Overland Family Safari through Kenya and Tanzania ending with relaxation on the beach at Zanzibar

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From £1,890pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Wildlife
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
12
Minimum age: 
7

Namibia & Botswana Family Adventure

Africa, Botswana, Namibia | 21 days
Trip code: 
UDFA
Families only
Quiver Trees in Namibia
An overland family adventure in South West Africa

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Trip type: 
Teen Trip & Wildlife
Adventure level: 
3. Moderate
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
11

Botswana Teenage Safari

Africa, Botswana | 12 days
Trip code: 
UWFB
Families only
Okavango Delta
Take your family to the untouched wilderness of Botswana and experience some of the most diverse and wildlife-rich habitats on earth.

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From £2,610pp exc flights
4.5
(average rating, based on 2 reviews)
Trip type: 
Wildlife
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
7

Tanzania Family Safari

Africa, Tanzania | 10 days
Trip code: 
YTFL
Families only
Elephants in Saadani - on African Safari
Scout the terrain of Tanzania's only oceanside National Park for Africa's famed wildlife.stay in unique converted Safari suites and learn how to track game and set up trap cameras.

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Diverse Morocco is the ideal family holiday destination

Selecting a family holiday can be a tricky business if you have children who are still toddling around. As a keen explorer, I had always wanted to visit Morocco in order to scale the picturesque Atlas Mountains but I thought my chances were gone once I started to raise a young family. However, I managed to find a trip that not only gave us the opportunity to head to the fascinating north African country together, but also included a number of child-friendly excursions that would enable us to see various different parts of the nation.

Safari

Once Africa has stolen your heart, there is no turning back. I first visited fifteen years ago and still dream of emigrating there to work on a safari. It's about as close to heaven as I'll ever come. Safaris are the closest most of us will ever get to wildlife in the natural world. They’re exciting because they are unpredictable. You never know what's going to happen or what you're going to see.

South Africa

Still basking in the post World Cup glory, South Africa is one of the most vibrant and exciting countries. Cape Town is one of the most spectacular cities, situated on the rolling Atlantic Ocean and beneath the impressive Table Mountain. Visit Camps Bay and Clifton for a taste of Cape Tonian life and it's excellent food and wine. From the fruitful winelands of Stellenbosch to the dry arid deserts of the Kalahari. If you’re after the Big Five (Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard and Black Rhino) , then visit Kruger National Park.

Tanzania

The home of the mighty Kilimanjaro, Tanzania is the perfect introduction to Africa for those visiting the continent for the first time. Home to the Serengeti and the Ngororo crater and its rich abundance of spectacular wildlife but also the highest mountain in Africa. My advice for those attempting to climb the 5893m peak is to train properly and give yourself enough time to summit safely. Don’t underestimate Kilimanjaro, but respect it and you will have an experience you will never forget.

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