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From £435pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Cultural
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16

Cambodia Family Holiday

Cambodia, Asia | 8 days
Trip code: 
TKFB
Families only
The delights of Cambodia await, from smiling faces to awe-inspiring temples and delicate handicrafts. Experience the joy of Cambodia on this exceptional family trip.

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Trip type: 
Sailing
Adventure level: 
1.Easy
Max group size: 
8

Thailand Family Sailing - Phuket

Thailand, Asia | 7 days
Trip code: 
TSFP
Families only
Set sail with your family on Thai waters between Ko Phi Phi and Phuket

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Q & A with Adventurous Alfie

One of our youngest travellers here at The Family Adventure Company tells us why he loves Thailand so much, and we couldn't agree more!

Q1. What is your best memory of the holiday?

A1. The day with the elephants. I fed them watermelons and pumpkins. We gave them a bath as well in the river. It was the first time I met an elephant.

Top 5 reasons to keep smiling about Thailand

For a country that has the reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming, the news about the military coup in Thailand is concerning. No one knows if the military leaders will look to re-establish a democratic political system in a few months … or how the country will settle.

However … what I do know is that I have just returned from the family holiday of a lifetime. With my wife and 3 kids we re-discovered our wanderlust. 

Here are my ‘Top 5 reasons to keep smiling about Thailand’:  

From £1,040pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Sailing
Adventure level: 
1.Easy
Max group size: 
8
Minimum age: 
5

Thailand Family Sailing - Ko Samui

Thailand, Asia | 7 days
Trip code: 
TSFS
Families only
Get onboard a dedicated family sailing trip through Thailand's exciting archipelago.

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From £2,240pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Cultural
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
5

Japan Family Holiday

Japan, Asia | 13 days
Trip code: 
CJFP
Families only
Mount Fuji - Japan
Discover the contrasts of Japan's new and old, from Tokyo to Kyoto exploring mountains, forests and temples.

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From £913pp exc flights
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Trip type: 
Cultural
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
5

Vietnam Family Holiday

Vietnam, Asia | 15 days
Trip code: 
TVFA
Families only
Halong Bay - Vietnam
You will shout "good morning Vietnam!" as you discover fine beaches, busy markets, idyllic islands and colourful cities on this vibrant Vietnamese family adventure.

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From £1,710pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Cultural
Adventure level: 
4. Demanding
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
11

Burma Teenage Adventure

Burma (Myanmar), Asia | 13 days
Trip code: 
TTFB
Families only
Bagan
Bring your family to discover Burma with its mythical landscapes, ancient treasures and perhaps the friendliest people you'll ever meet.

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Nepal

The Himalaya mountains must rank amongst the most beautiful in the world, and certainly no visit to this remote kingdom is complete without a trip into the snowy peaks. For the really adventurous, you can trek to Everest base camp or as I did, to Panch Pokhari, at 4050m,  the highest lake in Nepal, but Nepal isn’t just about the mountains. In the South of the country are Chitwan and Bardia National parks which are home to an impressive array of wildlife from Elephants and Rhinos to Tigers.

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has plenty to offer the adventurous traveller, from its rich coast life to its striking archaeology. Colombo is a hub of activity. I’d recommend tea in the Colonnial Galle Face hotel and then a stroll along the promenade where hundreds of children and their families fly kites. Sigiriya, an ancient rock fortress in the middle of the tear drop shaped island is a well worth a climb. Hot and sweaty but mind bogglingly impressive. My favourite place was Kandy and a hotel called Helga’s Folly, run by an eccentric Englishwoman and her pack of dalmations.

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