Learning about different countries and cultures is an integral part of any child's school life and to be able to visit these countries will ignite their interests even more.
At an age when children can appreciate more of what they are seeing and experiencing and are anxious to learn more, there are limitless possibilities for family vacations.
The ability to entertain themselves for longer as well as more flexibility with food, accommodations and weather conditions, means longer flights and more exotic or off-the-beaten-track destinations are possible.
Vacations with children
Country specialist Jeanne explains why vacations in Australia are ideal for families. She shares her pick of where to go, from Sydney to national parks such as Kakadu, as well as suggestions for exploring Queensland’s rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.
Borneo specialist Sophie explains why Malaysian Borneo is a great family vacation destination. She recommends engaging ways to spot wildlife, experience tribal cultures and have jungle adventures.
Botswana is known for its intimate, luxurious camps and lodges amid pristine wilderness, but that’s not to say they’re just for adults. We’ve rounded up eight of our best to help you decide where to base yourself if you’re exploring as a family.
On a tailor-made family safari in Kenya, your children can learn about Maasai culture, the 'Little Five' and how to track animals. The country is home to some wonderful family-friendly camps and lodges which our country specialists can include in your family itinerary.
We can highly recommend Laos as a destination for a family vacation. We can suggest suitable accommodations and excursions to ensure your family vacation here will be a truly unique and memorable experience.
Malaysia specialist Katie explains why she feels Peninsular Malaysia is an ideal destination for a family vacation, recounting her own journeys there. She pinpoints some of the best experiences for children, from jungle quests to inner-city adventures.