Being surrounded by the African wilderness makes for a truly unforgettable family adventure holiday. Visit a range of different habitats on this trip - including the wildlife-rich marshlands and game reserves. You and your family will encounter a wide variety of animals, even staying overnight within their grounds and camp out under the stars, plus you get the opportunity to meet local communities, learn new cultures and sample local foods.

Your trip starts are the incredible Victoria Falls in Botswana and ends 10 days later in South Africa's Johannesburg, and throughout your family safari adventure you can try some of the optional activities such as canoeing, gorge swinging and helicopter rides.

Location

Botswana Family Safari with Teenagers

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When

Tours operate in March, June, July, August and December.

Canoe ride

Canoe ride

Stay

Camping with facilities (5 nights), camping no facilities (2 nights) and hotel (2 nights). Meals included: 9 breakfasts, 8 lunch and 8 dinners.

Hippos

Hippos

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Price

From £1070 per adult and from £963 per child, including accommodation, domestic transport and some meals. Flights can be arranged for an additional cost.

Itinerary

Day 1

Start your adventure with an afternoon trip to Victoria Falls.

Day 2

Chobe National Park; perfect place to spot elephants as well as hippos and birdlife, followed by a sunset cruise on the Chobe River.

Day 3

Early start on the road to Nata (approx 7 hours), near the largest salt flats on earth. Set up camp at Elephant Sands where you can watch the local elephants drink in front of you. Take an evening bush walk before bed.

Day 4

Pack up camp and take a 7 hour drive to Maun; one of the world's most complex eco-systems, the Okavango Delta.

Day 5

Take to a canoe steered by locals along the waterways to spot exotic bird- and wildlife by experienced guides. Sleep in the African wilderness.

Day 6

Sunrise walk before breakfast followed by a relaxing day.

Day 7

Head back to Maun by traditional canoe (3 hours). Interact with some locals in their village and learn more about their way of life.

Day 8

Drive to Khama Rhino Sanctuary, a local conservation project followed by a dusk game drive.

Day 9

Cross the border into South Africa and dive into the rock pools around your hotel for the night. Spend the evening with the local community and experience their culture and foods.

Day 10

Have breakfast then head to Johannesburg where your trip will end. Or why not book additional days to further explore the city.

For full itinerary details, please call our team on 020 3633 0653 to find out more, for prices and to book.