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A family safari holiday offers an ideal balance of immersive activities, opportunities for bonding experiences, and, of course, plenty of relaxation time for the grown-ups.
When travelling, food becomes more than just sustenance. It’s an experience to add to your memories. Meals are an integral part of celebrations, holidays, and family-gatherings – and a safari in Kenya is no different.
Is there anything more suitable to escape the daily hustle and bustle than roaming one of many insanely beautiful national parks on the African continent?
This is not your typical post providing you with ‘run of the mill’ luxury family vacation ideas; rather we have focused on providing inspiring ideas based on sustainability, eco-luxury, and making luxury travel meaningful.
Glamour and safari. Two words often used in conjunction with each other, however the combined meaning may be slightly different to what you might think.
For those who may have lost faith in the idea of romance and feel it is rather overrated, you need something extra-special to make you believe in it again. It is time you went on a safari together in Africa!
The two main safari regions are East Africa and Southern Africa, and each holds its own unique natural and cultural treasures.
A wellness safari in Africa is a tranquil, magical experience that helps you tune into nature, discovering health and happiness through creativity, pampering, and nurturing.
Going on a safari in Kenya with your children has to be one of the most unforgettable trips – and dare we say it, one of the best family holidays abroad – you’ll ever have together.
Earth Day was April 22, and the theme this year is ‘invest in our planet’. I encourage you to do that by investing in eco-luxury accommodation on your next trip.
As a sustainable travel option, a Kenyan safari emphasizes the quality (not quantity) of the wilderness and wildlife, partnerships between safari camps and communities.
Unless you are focused on seeing the likes of tigers, pumas, jaguars, bears, or wolves, Africa is by far the best region for wildlife safaris.