Days spent spotting wild animals in awe-inspiring, remote landscapes. Dinner cooked on an open fire beneath the stars. Bedtime stories accompanied by lions roaring in the distance. On a family safari, everyday life takes an extraordinary turn.
Family Safaris Experiences:
Madagascar - a family adventure
There’s an engaging eccentricity to Madagascar; charismatic endemic wildlife combines with world-class beaches to make it a great choice for a family...
Tanzania’s Top 5 Family Safaris
Tanzania has much to offer families - excellent wildlife and plenty of variety of activities. From flycamps under the stars to private houses with swimming pools. Here's our pick of the bunch
Northern Tanzania adventure for families
Our family safaris are designed to let you explore quiet, game rich areas away from the crowds. Excellent guides and wildlife will keep children (big or small) on the edge of their seats. If you're thinking...
Zambia Safaris for families
Zambia has a huge amount to offer an active family - wonderful wildlife, a raft of adventurous activities, proper wilderness and superb guiding. Here's our pick of the best 1. Get Wet and Wild on the...
On Safari in Namibia with children
Namibia, with its epic desert landscapes, vast endless (and usually totally empty) roads, is an immensely fun and safe holiday for families. Its also so photogenic - with stunning cinematic light - that...
Take the kids and escape the crowds in Kenya
Of all the African countries, Kenya is amongst the best for a family safari holiday. And contrary to received wisdom this is one of the best countries to leave the crowds far behindMany of Kenya's camps and...
Family safari in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley
Classic big game, charismatic guides & characterful camps - there are a whole raft of reasons for including the Luangwa on a family safari.Perhaps uniquely, being on safari can be equally rewarding to a...
Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains with children
Families looking to experience an inoxicating blend of wilderness and culture will love a few days exploring Morocco's High Atlas MountainsOur treks in the Atlas use private tented camps carried on the backs...
How old do the kids have to be?
At Natural High, we’ve travelled with our own kids since they were tiny. But that doesn’t mean we take things lightly. We can advise on itineraries suitable for children of all ages – always with a keen eye for safety. You might also want to think about whether your kids are old enough to make the most of everything our adventures have to offer. Read more about this here.
Where will we stay?
It could be a simple lodge on Kenya’s remote Laikipia Plateau. Or a South African ranch where you’ll swap the safari jeep for horseback. If you want to truly get out into the wild, try one of our expeditionary safaris in Tanzania or Botswana and try a night of two sleeping beneath the stars. Or strike out into the Namibian desert with a private, mobile camp.
How structured are these safaris?
The beauty of these trips is it’s all up to you. If you want to spend a whole day tracking lions in the Serengeti, you could rise early, pack a picnic and set off with your guide. Or you could enjoy a relaxed start at camp followed by a leisurely game drive. The key is, you decide.
We can only travel in school holidays – any advice?
Our travel experts live and breathe Africa – and they’re full of suggestions for fantastic itineraries tailored to when and how long you can travel for. From elephant watching in the Southern Serengeti over Christmas, to epic summer holiday safaris in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley, these trips pair rich encounters with monster value.
Let the adventure begin
There’s a whole, wild world for budding explorers to discover. Take a look below at some sample safaris we’ve planned for plenty of great ideas. And when you’re ready to take the first step, get in touch.