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November 3rd 2020  |   Family Safaris, Travel, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Alice Gully

If you’re planning an escape with your nearest and dearest after the enforced separation of lockdown, this fabulous selection of properties covers thousands of acres of wildlife filled wilderness and richly populated marine reefs where exclusive safaris can be enjoyed in almost total isolation. Cottar’s Bush Villa, Masai Mara, Kenya ... Read more

November 2nd 2020  |   Family Safaris, Kenya, Riding Safaris, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Becky Thomson

Astonishing wildlife mixed with a wealth of activities warrants Kenya’s reputation as one of Africa’s most prized destinations. A safari here offers a quintessential ‘Out of Africa’ experience to delight veteran safari-goers and new travellers alike. There's no question that Kenya is a knockout safari country, and best of all ... Read more

July 22nd 2020  |   Family Safaris, Wildlife Safaris, Conservation Safaris, Unique Experiences  |  by   Alice Gully

Tailor made travel is our forte and it’s rare that any two of our holidays are the same. We love the challenge of coming up with something special that ‘nails it’ in terms of personalising a safari just for you. But where we do see some similarity is in the ... Read more

May 21st 2020  |   Family Safaris, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Alice Gully

House in the Wild is a family owned boutique lodge on the edge of the Masai Mara.  We asked owner Lippa Wood what life has been like in lockdown. The moment coronavirus was called a pandemic our lives here at House in the Wild began to change. By the time ... Read more

May 12th 2020  |   Botswana, Family Safaris, Kenya, Riding Safaris, Wildlife Safaris, Namibia, Rwanda, Unique Experiences, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia  |  by   Richard Smith

Some of the camps below are known beyond the safari world, others are the hidden gems we love that lift a safari from 'good' to 'exceptional'. What they all have in common is the exclusive nature of their set up which means they fill quickly. If you’ve got your heart ... Read more

May 7th 2020  |   Family Safaris, Wildlife Safaris, Christmas Safaris and Holidays  |  by   Alice Gully

We are lucky to plan many special holidays to Africa and the Indian Ocean.  Each one is organised with the same meticulous care, but some - multi-generational holidays with all the family, a celebratory birthday trip with friends, or Christmas in the African bush - for example, take a little ... Read more

April 27th 2020  |   Botswana, Family Safaris, Kenya, Unique Experiences, South Africa  |  by   Alice Gully

With travel out of the question at the moment, we’ve been in touch with some of our best-loved family camps to bring you some of the fun and more unusual safari activities they offer. We’ve called them ‘home-schooling safari style’ but really it’s an excuse to gather together some of ... Read more

April 9th 2020  |   Family Safaris, South Africa  |  by   Rosanna Pile

‘If it ain't broke don’t fix it’ certainly came to mind when planning our February half term holiday with our six and three-year-old kids.  Our maiden voyage to South Africa last summer was such a huge success we felt we just had to go back to explore this wonderful ‘world ... Read more

March 6th 2020  |   Family Safaris  |  by   Alice Gully

A safari is one of the best holiday investments you can make for your family.  Few other holidays offer such a fabulous departure from every-day life as a safari, with activities enough to please everyone from teen to granny.  With opportunities still available in the summer holidays and October half ... Read more

February 6th 2020  |   Family Safaris  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

Heading off as a family in the summer and at Christmas is obvious, but there are plenty of other school holidays to use for a safari, and lots of places with great wildlife and weather to use them. February Half Term Skiing can break the bank in the February half ... Read more