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September 9th 2019  |   Family Safaris, Kenya  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

Nine days in two of Kenya's finest locations at almost 30% off - what's not to like?  This October half term special combines a traditional tented camp with world class wildlife and a luxury beach lodge on one of Kenya’s most beautiful beaches.  It's a magical safari and will provide ... Read more

August 20th 2019  |   Family Safaris, Namibia  |  by   Richard Smith

The answer to the question ‘Is a Namibia guided safari a good holiday with teenagers?’ is without question ‘yes’. The right guide makes family logistics very easy and there are activities a plenty to keep them busy. My children are now older teenagers at 16 and 19 and, while my ... Read more

August 14th 2019  |   Family Safaris, South Africa, Travel  |  by   Rosanna Pile
Rosanna and family on a half term holiday in Cape Town at the harbour

Cape Town in February half-term was perfect for getting away from the British winter and enjoying warm temperatures and long sunny days.  From London it’s a direct overnight flight and with very little time difference it didn’t mess up the children’s (George aged 2 and Bella aged 5) sleep patterns ... Read more

March 18th 2019  |   Family Safaris, Kenya, Travel  |  by   Roxy Cox

‘They’ll never remember it' were Dad’s parting words, as my husband and I set off for the airport. He was referring to my boys Jasper and Dudley who are four and one and who have just joined us on a trip to Kenya…… ‘What’s the best age to take children ... Read more

July 4th 2018  |   Family Safaris, Mauritius, South Africa, Travel  |  by   Richard Smith
Wild dogs at Morukuru Owner's House, South Africa

South Africa’s safari areas are some of the best on the continent, while Mauritian hospitality is often used as a byword for quality of service and it has beaches to match the high standards of the hotel personnel. A triangle of direct flights make it easy to combine a safari ... Read more

June 22nd 2018  |   Family Safaris, Travel, Unique Experiences, Zambia  |  by   Charlotte Opperman
Sunset wildlife cruise, River Club

These exquisite luxury river properties are set in beautiful Zambia's most beautiful wildlife areas. They also offer plenty of fun activities to engage active children with fantastic safari guides and home-from-home service. Here are our clients' favourite luxury family safari camps in Zambia: Tongabezi – Dog House Tongabezi is a ... Read more

June 22nd 2018  |   Family Safaris, Travel, Zambia  |  by   Alice Gully

Zambia offers a huge range of activities tailored to family safaris, there is masses to see and do in Livingstone, known as Afica's adventure captial, boating and canoeing in the Lower Zambezi as well as walking safaris. Accommodation choices are good, ranging from simple bush camps to luxury as well ... Read more

April 27th 2018  |   Family Safaris, Tanzania, Travel  |  by   Richard Smith
Mkombe’s House, Serengeti

Tanzania, just like neighbouring Kenya, is a great spot for a family safari holiday.  There is a lovely choice of small camps and private houses; the latter are perfect for families as mealtimes and activities are completely flexible and they generally come with at least one private guide and vehicle. ... Read more

November 27th 2017  |   Family Safaris, Kenya  |  by   Fynn Carey

I love it when we have kids to stay on safari. There are so many fun things to do in the bush and it's boring doing them on your own! So when we have guests to stay with kids with me at Laikipia Wilderness it’s really exciting. There are lots of ... Read more

November 22nd 2017  |   Community Safaris, Family Safaris, Travel  |  by   Richard Smith

So you travelled long haul pre-children and maybe even backpacked somewhere adventurous. But since the little ones came along you’ve graduated from Center-Parcs to Mark Warner, and now you're ready for more. Can a family safari really be a sensible ambition? And if it is, why is it so good? ... Read more