Deciding on a vacation destination when teenagers are involved can sometimes prove more tricky than travel with younger children.
Being able to strike a balance between giving teenagers the independence they want and ensuring you don't have to worry about their safety is not a simple task, but choose an itinerary that incorporates activities, destinations and accommodations that will appeal to you both and you are half-way there, and at an age where almost any destination is possible, the word really is your oyster when traveling with a teen.
As one of the smallest countries in Central America, Belize is easy to get around and it has a great choice of family-friendly hotels and lodges. We can tailor-make your trip to help you and your family make the most of this fascinating, English-speaking country.
Cambodia specialist, and Siem Reap ex-resident, George explains why he sees Cambodia as an ideal family vacation destination. He has picked out experiences that are suitable for children, from exploring temples deep in the jungle to counting the gemstones in Phnom Penh’s glimmering Royal Palace.
A futuristic and vibrant country, Japan is a destination that appeals to family members of all ages. Safe, clean and with a good infrastructure, there are plenty of ways to explore. Japan specialist, Jake, talks us through how to get the most of your family vacation in Japan.
If your family enjoys water-based activities, you'll be spoiled for choice in Mozambique. With a wide variety of family-friendly properties right on the beach you can spend your days splashing around in a desert island setting, before heading inland for more family-friendly fun.
A Panama family vacation is ideal if your children are aged 10 and over. Considered an off-the-beaten-track destination it offers something a little more adventurous than the typical family trip.
From sunny beaches to remarkable whale watching and child-friendly safaris, South Africa offers a huge variety of experiences for families of all ages. Our South Africa specialist Toby explains how to get the most of your time in the country.
With its family lodges, abundant wildlife and endless opportunities for adventure, Tanzania has much to offer your family. Many safari camps have swimming pools, where you and your tribe can cool down at the end of a day spotting the Big Five.
If you are considering taking your family on safari, Zambia has a lot to offer every member of your tribe. Many camps have private houses with space for little legs to tire themselves out, flexible dining options and child-minding facilities.