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Deciding where to go on your next family holiday? It's a tough job trying to please everyone when choosing a destination for the whole family… If you're big into adventure and you want a family adventure holiday, why not try and include a family safari? A beautiful African setting has all the ingredients needed for a unique family holiday.
A Family Adventure Holiday with a Difference Deciding where to go on your next family holiday? It’s a tough job trying to please everyone when choosing a destination for the whole family… If you’re big into adventure and you want a family adventure holiday, why not try and include a family safari? A beautiful African setting has all the ingredients needed for a unique family holiday. A family safari adventure will definitely be remembered as one of your children’s best holidays… A family safari is a great way for children to really discover the great outdoors, and see the amazing animals they’ve read about, in real life. Right from the start, this is an experience like no other – you’ll hear the animals, you’ll see them in their natural habitat, and you’re kept completely safe by the experienced safari guides. Whether you want a walking safari or a safari drive, you’ll see it all. Luxury African travel specialist Mahlatini and luxury tour operator Scott Dunn put together itineraries that are ideal for family adventure holidays, incorporating both South Africa and Mauritius. One family safari begins with an adventure at Kwandwe Game Reserve, where you can experience big game viewing, with the added bonus of being malaria-free. This is perfect for your little ones especially if it’s their first safari. From here you can fly down to Port Elizabeth for a self-drive journey along the Garden Route, one of South Africa’s prominent areas for fine wine and fine food, and ending up on the coast in Plettenberg Bay. To continue the adventure theme of your family holiday, activities at Plettenberg Bay include mountain biking, horse riding, quad biking and beach excursions. You then continue to drive west to Walker Bay where you can enjoy long walks, horse riding and some animal watching including African penguins, cape fur seals, great white sharks and dolphins. To end your family adventure holiday on a high, you can fly across to Mauritius where you can relax with a few days on the beach, where there are excellent water sports facilities and superb children’s clubs to keep your children entertained. There are plenty of tour operators out there who specialise in adventure. For example, upmarket operator Black Tomato can put all sorts of interesting itineraries together. Exodus Travel and Trailfinders are two other good options for family adventure holidays in the Alps. Scott Dunn: - Fovant Mews, 12 Noyna Road, London SW17 7PH, Ph no : 020 8682 5002 Page 1 The benefit of choosing a tailor-made tour operator, whose experts can put together an itinerary that’s specifically created to suit your individual needs, is that you’ll get exactly what you hoped for, rather than choosing a one-size-first-all family adventure holidays package. - Author by Kate Ransby View Source: Scott Dunn - Family adventure holidays Scott Dunn: - Fovant Mews, 12 Noyna Road, London SW17 7PH, Ph no : 020 8682 5002 Page 2
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