1. Ride an Elephant
The Addo Elephant back Safari allows you to interact with elephants in their natural habitat bordering the Greater Addo Elephant National Park. Trained elephant handlers share their special knowledge about the animals on this leisurely 3 hour walk-and-talk. Children to be accompanied by a parent.
2. Fly over Victoria Falls
What better way to see Africa’s greatest waterfall than by air: a 15 or 30 minute flip in a helicopter or microlight guarantees fun for the whole family. The Zambezi Sun is located on the banks of the Zambezi River, within strolling distance of the eastern cataract of the Victoria Falls. Their Kamp Kwena Kiddies Centre offers various activities to keep your child entertained. View game by river boat or take the older kids white water rafting.
3. Paddle a Dugout Canoe
On the Young Explorer’s Safari highlights include a chance to explore the Okavango Delta in a traditional mokoro dugout canoe … then learn secrets of the bush from one of the Kalahari desert’s last surviving bushmen. There is ample opportunity for adults to siesta while the kids are kept busy by experienced child-friendly guides.
4. Safari in the Ngorogoro Crater
The Junior Ranger Safari is a family friendly opportunity to experience Tanzania’s famed Ngorogoro Crater. Explore the bush, visit farms, hear the folklore, meet Maasai tribesmen and camp in one of Africa’s greatest wilderness areas. Activities tailor-made to match children’s ages, interests and levels of concentration.
5. Castaway on an Indian Ocean Island
Indigo Bay Island Resort offers an idyllic island getaway for the whole family. The resort has all the convenience you could ask for, together with activities to keep you amused – tropical beaches, pristine coral reefs for snorkelling, traditional Dhow excursions, duneboarding and any watersport imaginable.