1. Big Five & beach, Africa
The dream combination for families, a safari and beach holiday teams wildlife watching with wind-down time on the beach.
2. Tigers, India
There’s often no minimum age for tiger safaris in India, and children usually pay discounted rates, making this a good family option.
3. Turtles, birds and sloths, Costa Rica
A biodiverse gem, Costa Rica is a treat for families – easy to travel around, relatively compact and home to a host of exotic animals, birds and marine life.
4. Orangutans, Borneo
Orangutans are Borneo’s most famous animal resident, and family trips take you to meet them at rehabilitation centre such as Semenggoh in Sarawak and Sepilok in Sabah.
5. Animals & active adventure, Namibia
The wildlife in Namibia’s Etosha National Park is abundant and easy to see, particularly during the dry winter months, when you can simply sit by a waterhole and wait for it to come to you.
6. Big game & coral reefs, Southern Africa
For families eager to see Africa’s famous game, but in search of more than a straight safari, South Africa is the answer.
7. Wildlife & wilderness, Botswana
Botswana is a true wilderness destination where wildlife, not humans, reigns.
8. Giant tortoises & marine life, Galapagos Islands
Children aged five and above can make like Darwin and discover the Galapagos’ incredible wildlife.
9. Elephants & more, Thailand
Meet the residents of one of the best elephant sanctuaries in Thailand, as you interact with them in their natural habitat.
10. Whales & dolphins, Azores
The Azores are one of the best places in the world to see whales and dolphins and family trips give flexibility on the number of trips to sea
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