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Frequently asked questions from parents and children

 
A safari is a family holiday that your children will cherish forever. Over the last 30 years we have received hundreds of questions from both parents and children alike. We have answered some of the most frequently asked below.
Child and parents on game drive safari Serengeti Safari Camp
Child and parents on game drive safari Serengeti Safari Camp
 
That depends on what you want to experience and when you want to travel. Africa is extremely diverse and there is something for everyone. Whether you want to tick off the Big Five on exciting game drives then head to the beach or try something a little more adventurous such as fly camping and tracking rhino on foot, the best way to start is to have a chat with one of our experienced team.
Lion shaking of water portrait South Africa
Lion shaking of water portrait South Africa
 
There are now excellent malarial prophylactics for children, however, if you feel unsure, there are parts of Africa that are malaria free. We always recommend that you seek medical advice prior to travel, however most of Africa requires no more vaccinations than if you were travelling in Asia or South America and some regions require less.
children with guide walking safari Forest Chem Chem
children with guide walking safari Forest Chem Chem
 
A safari is an inspirational holiday, introducing children to a fascinating part of our planet, very different from their own. It’s possible to take children of any age on safari but once they reach five or six their ability to take part in a variety of great adventures ensures they get the most out of the experience.
children tracking with Maasai guide safari Leleshwa Camp
children tracking with Maasai guide safari Leleshwa Camp
 
A safari is a holiday that allows all the family to be completely immersed, enjoying exciting new activities each day. Should you need a bit of rest in between, staff at the camp will happily take charge; baking safari cookies, creating arts and crafts, setting out on bug walks and teaching traditional African games.
Mum and son in Mokoro Seba Camp Botswana
Mum and son in Mokoro Seba Camp Botswana
 
There are so many new and exciting things to do on safari, you’ll never be bored! Each evening before dinner you will sit down with your guide to decide what great adventures you would like to have tomorrow; riding horses, game drives, fishing, river rafting — there is something for everyone.
Nursing monkeys
Nursing monkeys
 
There are so many animals in Africa from gigantic elephant to prides of lion and curious warthog. Your guides will know every one and how to find them. If you have a favourite animal, let us know and we will tell your guides so that they can make a special effort to find it for you.
Samburu child and mother Kenya
Samburu child and mother Kenya
 
The lives of many children in Africa are very different to ours; some live in mud huts, walk miles to school each day or have the occasional elephant visit their playground. We can arrange for you to spend time with children who live in the areas you visit to learn about their different way of life.
children helping chef Seba Camp Botswana
children helping chef Seba Camp Botswana
 
The food at safari camps is like going to a restaurant; really tasty and lots of choice. If you have a favourite food, tell us and we will let the chefs know so that they can make it for you during your trip. Some camps also have fun features like outdoor pizza ovens, so you can help prepare dinner for everyone while mum and dad relax.
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