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Safaris with Teenagers

 
Our family safaris are authentic and simply amazing. We understand that your family has a unique mix of personalities and aspirations, so we will create a unique safari just for you. We use only the finest camps, the best guides and create unforgettable adventures in the wild places of Africa.
Travel inspires, it broadens the mind. It is an integral and inspirational part of our childrens’ education. Imagine walking with Maasai guides to your star beds and sleeping out beneath a million stars. Or canoeing down the Zambezi past herds of elephant drinking and cavorting in the shallows.

Would your family like to ride thoroughbred horses across the hills of Laikipia amongst giraffe, zebra and antelope? Maybe combine this with tracking mountain gorilla up the slopes of a Rwandan volcano. Whatever you want to do, if it’s safe and legal we can arrange it! And we’ll ensure you do it in style.

We know superb guides who will take you on walks in the Rift Valley, beside great rivers, across the timeless Serengeti, through the Namib Desert, deep into the Okavango Delta, tracking chimps beside Lake Tanganyika. Some even talk to elephants!

Walking, boating, canoeing, riding, mountain biking, hot-air balloons, desert quad bikes — and of course traditional open safari vehicles offer your family richly varied ways to enjoy the wildlife, scenery and culture of Africa at its best.

Take a look at a few of these places you can stay and things you can do, then call us and start exploring possibilities for your family safari.
Bedroom at Ol Malo Lodge
Twin family tent Cottar's 1920s Camp
Zarafa Dhow Suite Botswana
Saruni Samburu lodge family villa lounge view
kiba point exterior
Little Madikwe private plunge pool and deck South Africa
Leobo Lodge Waterberg South Africa exterior
Boat safari near elephants in Zambia
Mother and baby gorilla in Africa
Family game drive stop in Namibia's desert
Stargazing at Kalahari Plains Camp
Bedroom at Ol Malo Lodge
 
Discover the remote corners of Kenya’s Laikipia Province, a vast and impressive landscape defined by rocky hills scattered with traditional tribal villages and camel trains traversing the arid wilderness. Staying at the family-owned Ol Malo House ranch, you’ll explore this area on horseback, hikes, drives, and flights, ensuring a thrilling adventure for all ages.
 
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Twin family tent Cottar's 1920s Camp
 
Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp is our favourite property for a truly exclusive family safari in the Masai Mara. Located outside the national reserve on a private conservancy, Cottar’s combines authentic style, inspired guiding, immersive activities and fantastic attention to detail. All of which creates an unforgettable African safari.
 
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Zarafa Dhow Suite Botswana
 
Zarafa is one of the most exclusive camps in Botswana with just four luxuriously appointed marquee style tented suites. With a maximum of eight guests, the emphasis here is on individual hospitality, privacy and serenity. A family of up to five may like to treat themselves to the sumptuous Dhow Suites – the most exclusive private property in Botswana.
 
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Saruni Samburu lodge family villa lounge view
 
Tucked away on a 200,000-acre private reserve, Saruni Samburu is excellent for a family safari. We love the six spacious villas, set right into the mountainside, with verandas overlooking the best views in Kenya. A wealth of activities await you, from camel safaris to cave walks, bush breakfasts to village visits.
 
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A secluded hideaway in one of the most remote game reserves in Tanzania, Kiba Point is a rustic retreat from modern life. Here your days pass at your own pace, whether you choose to explore by open-sided jeep with a private guide, or intrepidly explore the bush on foot. Since you won’t see any other people while you’re here, it’s the perfect African escape to enjoy with your family.
 
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Little Madikwe private plunge pool and deck South Africa
 
Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is an intimate and luxurious safari lodge in the heart of the Madikwe Game Reserve. Little Madikwe is the lodge’s private villa, which welcomes children of all ages. Your safari experience is entirely at your pace, with a private pool, viewing deck, game drive vehicle and ranger.
 
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Leobo Lodge Waterberg South Africa exterior
 
Leobo Private Reserve is located in the malaria free Waterberg region of South Africa, just a few convenient hours from Johannesburg. This is an exclusive-use, adventure playground, perfect for large family getaways or groups of friends. The 12,000-acre reserve spans rivers and lakes, rolling valleys and jagged escarpments.
 
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Boat safari near elephants in Zambia
 
Zambia is the perfect place for a real family safari adventure. You can track elephants and giraffe on foot with an expert guide. You can paddle a stable Canadian canoe down the Zambezi watching zebra and antelope drinking at the water’s edge.
 
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In terms of safaris Southern Tanzania is Africa’s greatest area of untapped potential. Stretching almost from the Indian Ocean westwards to Lake Tanganyika are four spectacular and barely touched wildlife reserves. Selous, Ruaha, Katavi and the Mahale Mountains are wild places where an adventurous family can enjoy the safari of a lifetime.
 
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Follow a million migrating plains game across the Masai Mara as they pass the haunts of big cats and crocodile infested rivers. Spend a day walking through the volcanic hills with Samburu warriors and their camels.
 
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Mother and baby gorilla in Africa
 
Coming face to face with a quarter ton silverback is something you just have to do sometime in your life. This is one of the single most emotional animal encounters that you can have and is something you’ll never forget.
 
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Family game drive stop in Namibia's desert
 
Namibia is a spectacularly unusual place for a family holiday. You can see enormous numbers of elephant, rhinoceros, big cats and plains game, yet the main attraction is the incredible variety of desert landscapes.
 
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A sighting of any one of the Big Five is a cause for great excitement. But spotting a rhino in the wild? It is one of those things that dreams are made of. At around a tonne in weight, and generally considered to be the second largest land mammal, they shouldn’t be hard to see, but poaching has devastated population numbers. Park authorities have to be very cautious with any information they share about rhino numbers and regarding their whereabouts. An encounter, therefore, truly is a privilege.
 
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Stargazing at Kalahari Plains Camp
 
A safari in the wilds of Africa allows you space to pause and wonder – to gaze and reflect. Epic landscapes, the balanced beauty of creation, the absence of hurry. You would imagine that the day’s adventures end with the setting sun. But as one star disappears and the heavens turn indigo to black, millions more appear, filling the unpolluted skies. We’ve chosen a few of our favourite spots for safari stargazing.
 
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