FAMILY SAFARIS

Most of us here at Travel2Africa have children and have travelled widely with them in Africa, so we really do know what works when it comes to planning a family safari. We know which camps have guides that truly engage children of all ages, at which they will learn to make bows and arrows or about conservation or get an authentic glimpse of tribal culture. Africa may well be all about the wildlife, but we will also make sure that you get access to the unique experiences that truly enrich a family’s holiday.

Whether it’s watching their surprised faces as they come face to face with an elephant for the first time or their excitement when they find the safari tent is so much more than the tent they use in the garden, it’s bound to be an unforgettable experience. Key on family safaris is variety, which is why we will suggest, if you have the time, that you visit several different camps on your holiday. Even the most wildlife-crazed child will get bored sitting in a vehicle for days on end, so we’ll put together an itinerary with a good mix of camps and lodges with a range of different activities. Much of safari Africa is within easy reach of the beach so it’s very simple to add on some time relaxing by the sea either pre- or post-safari.

 TRAVEL TIPS

  • Take some entertainment for down time in safari camps – smartphone games, iPad apps, books, colouring stuff, playing cards, etc.
  • Pack a small rucksack for each child to use as a day pack, great for taking in vehicles or planes.
  • Be adventurous, children are more robust than you think and families often really enjoy simple fly camping and walking.
  • Don’t rush – we advise at least three nights per safari camp – and don’t try to do too much on one family holiday.
  • Do combine a couple of safari camps, you get to see different habitats and experience more of the country.

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