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Family Holidays in Africa

Africa Family Holidays


Namibian Family Adventurer

13 Days from £ 2299
£ 2089

Experience Namibian desert wilderness, wildlife and culture


Marrakech, Camels & the Sahara – Family Adventure

Family Holidays in Africa
8 Days from £ 999
£ 899

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Exciting family adventure in Marrakech, the High Atlas Mountains and the Sahara.


Egyptian Family Adventure

Family Holidays in Africa
9 Days from £ 1549

Explore the vibrant culture and ancient history of Egypt


Top 5 Adventures on Family Holidays in Africa

Game Safari at Etosha National Park: Centred around a large salt pan, Etosha National Park is one of the largest savannah conservation regions in Africa. The park is home to some of the world’s greatest wildlife, including lions, wildebeest, zebra, giraffes, rhinos and elephants, to name a few. On a game drive through the park, there are plenty of opportunities to spot the wide variety of animals, especially around the waterholes where they often gather to drink. There are also many species of birds that can be seen around the water.

Quad Biking or Sandboarding at Swakopmund: Boasting some of the tallest sand dunes in the world, Swakopmund lies inside the Namib Desert. A quad biking or sandboarding adventure will get your adrenaline pumping as you zip across the dunes with the warm desert breeze in your hair. The activities are designed for children as well as adults and full safety instructions will be given by experienced guides before you embark on a fabulous desert adventure.

Tour of Namib-Naukluft Park: Framed by the majestic Naukluft Mountains, Namib-Naukluft Park is one of the largest in the world and plays host to one of the oldest and driest deserts. The park is famous for its lunar-like landscape and unusual rock formations that have attracted artists, photographers and geologists for centuries. As you explore the park you’ll be in awe of its sheer vastness and stirring atmosphere. Along the way you might spot zebra, leopards or wildcats among other species of wildlife.

Sunrise at Sossusvlei: Set off early in the morning to watch the sun rise over Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert. Here the world’s tallest sand dunes undulate on the horizon and catch the morning light as it bathes the sand in hues of gold and red. As you walk to the top of the dunes, endless views that stretch on for miles open up before you. You might even see antelope and other wild animals prowling across the white salt pan in the distance.

Explore Brandberg: Brandberg has certainly earned its bragging rights as it’s home to the tallest mountain in Namibia, the famous White Lady rock painting and herds of wild elephants. Go on foot in search of the beautiful rock formations and head though the valley to find the fascinating White Lady rock painting and other rock art, believed to have been created by bushmen from 2,000 years ago. During your walk, there’s a chance you could see elephants roaming the land, making this experience even more special.

A wide range of wildlife spotted. We were extremely lucky to see Wild Dogs twice, a good number of White Rhino in Umfolozi and significant herds of elephant, Zebra and giraffe amongst many other animals.
Also had a good sighting of lions on our last day in Kruger.
Andrew, very well assisted by Trymore, was an excellent guide full of enthusiasm and a great host. Food prepared at the sites was very good as was the choice of restaurants on the occasions that we ate in towns.
There was a good close up experience with dolphins in Mozambique and it was the dolphins that approached the guests rather than the other way around.
The border crossing from Mozambique involved a lengthy delay as it was a Sunday and many workers travelling across to South Africa.
The lodges used were comfortable and well located.
Overall, a highly recommended trip for those who love wildlife although as always sightings can never be guaranteed.

Keith Ginnaw Southern Africa Safari: Kruger & Coast

Something of a bucket list holiday for me.
The combination of different locations was testament to the local knowledge of the tour organisers.
Yes the trip is full on, be prepared for the early starts and different activities, but they are worth it.
All very well organised, taking into account differing physical capabilities, and designed to get the best out of the specific area.

John Wigley Southern Africa Safari: Kruger & Coast

Great trip learnt all about ancient Jordans deep historical past

Jill Sheargold Petra & Wadi Rum Family Adventure

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