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It's a Wonderful World: Top Family Adventures

Travel is one of the most rewarding things you can do as a family, creating special moments that will sparkle for a lifetime. With Exodus, a knowledgeable local guide will help to uncover the stories beneath the sights, inspiring a new generation of traveller to come.

Magic in the Night Sky

The moment anyone, young or old, first sees the magical Northern Lights is strange and wonderful. The lights are formed from fast-moving, electrically charged solar particles driven towards the Poles by the earth’s magnetic field; when they collide with atmospheric gases they create colourful curtains of light that dance in the night sky. You’re by no means guaranteed to see them, but there’s lots to keep young minds engaged at Finland’s remote Basecamp Oulanka, from dogsledding to igloo building.

Finnish Winter Adventure

Glide Across the Snow

With blue skies above and the feeling of crisp winter air on your face, gliding across snow-covered landscapes on a sled pulled by huskies is a moment children will cherish forever. Our Tatra Winter Adventure Week is a popular favourite among families, with a host of winter activities on tap. You may even ignite new passions and hobbies in your children.

Tatra Winter Activity Week

Tigers on the Prowl

The magical moment when a fiery flash of orange stalks past in the undergrowth of Ranthambore National Park will stay in all your memories for a lifetime. Although endangered, the numbers of Bengal tigers in the wild are slowly going up. Learn about conservation efforts on this trip, sample delicious food, visit the fascinating Taj Mahal and Amber Fort, ride a camel in Pushkar, and enjoy the whirl of colour in the Pink City of Jaipur.

Taj, Tigers & Temples

Unforgettable Elephants

On this holiday there’s the chance to visit ancient cities, splash in waterfalls, learn to cook zingy Thai food and even play with elephants! Asian elephants were once used by the logging industry to haul trees around. To prevent this cruel treatment, the Thai government banned this over a decade over ago, leaving many elephants homeless and abandoned. So the Elephant Nature Park was set up to care for them, and here families get to visit, feed and bathe them. It’s a day out you’ll never forget!

Jungles & Beaches

The Sound of the Jungle

 

If your little monkeys love wildlife, they’ll love this holiday. There’s the opportunity to see Pygmy elephants, Sun bears and orang-utans as well as a host of other wildlife. But for many the highlight is a canopy walk 40m above the rainforest floor. It follows a multitude of trails along suspension bridges, with stunning views over pristine forest surrounded by butterflies, proboscis monkeys and flying squirrels.

Borneo Wildlife Adventure

The Curvature of the Earth

Nothing brings a family closer than a thrilling physical challenge. Africa’s Mount Kilimanjaro is the continent’s highest peak, dropping 13,000 feet to vast flat savannah plains on all sides. From the summit you can see such a vast expanse of land that the earth curves in the distance. Taking the more gradual lemosho route is suitable for children over the age of 13, and approximately 96% of people travelling with Exodus get to stand on the roof of Africa on this route. A simply unforgettable moment.

Kilimanjaro Climb – Lemosho Route

Climbing Dunes

 

In Namibia not only do you have the chance to see some of Africa’s wonderful wildlife, but you’ll also quad bike across the desert and climb the highest dunes in the world. We set off before dawn to capture the moment the sun appears in the sky and light floods over the dunes turning them from red to gold. It’s a memory to treasure. The kids will also love running and sliding down the side, to arrive at the bottom to a delicious breakfast.

Namibian Adventurer

Float on Water

Not only is the jade-green expanse of the Dead Sea the lowest point on Earth but with an exceptionally high density of salt here you can’t help but float. But it’s not the only moment that kids will love on this trip. The fascinating history of the Lost City of Petra will blow small minds and the Wadi rum desert, with a night spent camping under the stars, is a firm family favourite – and the array of life in the waters of the Red Sea is astounding.

The Lost City of Petra

Into the Wild

Make like real life cowboys, horse riding through true Wild West scenery of the Canadian Rockies as well as hiking, wild swimming, canoeing and white water rafting, bedding down for the night under the stars. Children will be thrilled by close encounters of the really wild kind – perhaps a bear walking through the campsite, or a raccoon raid on the snack table. During the summer months our guides take people glacier walking across Columbia Icefield; it’s a world few people ever see, and a moment to be treasured.

Canadian Family Discovery

 

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