Botswana Custom Travel Adventures

There is no better place to see Africa’s wildlife in its natural habitat than Botswana. We can arrange an amazing African safari that your family will remember for a lifetime. Botswana is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world, but its open plains offer an abundance of wildlife that can be found nowhere else on earth.

Young Explorers Family Safaris are especially designed for traveling with kids, offering you and your family a unique opportunity to discover the natural wonders of the African bush. Safari packages include the use of a private six-bed camp, along with two professional guides, a chef, waiter and housekeeper. Botswana’s Okavango Delta is the gateway to wild game-viewing safaris on both land, and with a personal guide in native canoes, known as mokoros.


Namibia  Custom Travel Adventures

Your family adventure in Namibia begins in Windhoek, capital of this Southwest African nation. On your journey, your family will discover stunning landscapes, barren deserts, and spectacular wildlife. Opportunities for an African family adventure abound in Namibia. Your Namibian adventure begins with “surfing” red sand dunes of Sossusvlei – the highest sand dunes on earth. Damaraland, in north-central Namibia, is the place to see majestic desert elephants, or track the rare black rhino. Your cultural experience will be enriched by meeting the Damara and Himba peoples who are native to the region. Continue your family travel adventure on your own, or with a professional guide in Etosha National Park, an 8,600-square-mile nature preserve, home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds, and reptiles.

South Africa Custom Travel Adventures

South Africa is really a world contained within the borders of a single country. Family travel to South Africa is all about a wealth of natural and cultural diversity. Known as the Rainbow Nation, South Africa has 11 official languages. Scenic wonders abound – from Table Mountain, providing breathtaking vistas of Cape Town, to God’s Window, the highlight of the Panorama Route of eastern Mpumalanga province. Everywhere your family adventure takes you, there are spectacular mountains, forests, deserts and wildlife. Of course, no adventure in South Africa is complete without a safari through one of the country’s renowned nature reserves.Safaris in South Africa is a must and can be experienced on foot, specially outfitted vehicle, or on horseback.

Your family will also want to kick back for a little relaxation on South Africa’s many stunning Atlantic and Indian Ocean beaches. How about a beach lodge on the shores of the stunning Mabibi Bay in Kwazulu Natal where you can scuba dive or snorkel, track turtle, watch whales and dolphins?

South Africa is also a country where history is being made. A visit to Robben Island, where Nelson Madela was imprisoned for more than two decades, is a must

Family adventure travel in South Africa:

  • Take surfing lessons on one of the beautiful beaches.
  • Sea kayaking among the penguins, near Cape Town.
  • Meeting with locals in the townships to see amazing projects.
  • Visit the limestone Cango caves and ride ostriches in the Karoo.
  • View wild game in the world famous Kruger National Park.
  • Visit an Elephant Sanctuary.
  • See the dramatic Drakensburg (“Dragon mountain”) range – the highest in South Africa.
  • Relax on one of the many stunning beaches.
  • See ancient rock painting in caves.

Kenya and Tanzania Custom Travel Adventures

Kenya and Tanzania are ideal destination for families planning their first African safaris. The two East African nations are rich with cultural and natural treasures. Your family tours of Kenya and Tanzania will include the amazing safaris though the Kenyan Serengeti ecosystem – and, of course, Tanzania’s crown jewel – the Serengeti National Park. Also a must for travel in Tanzania is the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which includes the volcanic Ngorongoro Crater.

Get away from it all in the breathtaking Zanzibar Archipelago, located 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania in the Indian Ocean. Continue your family adventure by exploring Stone Town, where you can taste the exotic flavors of the Zanzibar cuisine.

Family adventure travel in Tanzania and Kenya:

  • Spend a day game viewing in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and visit the Ngorongoro Crater, a volcanic caldera recognized as one of the seven natural wonders of Africa.
  • Take a cultural tour in Mto wa Mbu district  getting to know the local tribes.
  • See the migration of wildebeest from the Serengeti to Maasai Mara.
  • Spend a night in Arusha to get views of Kilimanjaro.
  • Relax on the beaches of Zanzibar.

Family holidays in Zambia are popular due to the fact that it is safer than Zimbabwe with amazing access to the Victoria Falls and an abundance of wildlife.  So please check with us to do this as an add on your family holidays in Africa.

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