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Learn about local communities and how they are supported by your family adventure
The reasons to make your family safari holiday a privately guided one are many, and once you've experienced the delight, you'll likely never go back.
People often ask us if they should take their children on safari, and our answer is always a resounding, yes. Not only are children enthralled by all there is to see, learn and do in the wild, but many of the operators we work with offer specially tailored kids’ safari activities.
Some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife species are seriously threatened, and luckily there are amazing people working tirelessly to reverse that reality.
Visiting an elephant rehabilitation centre is an incredible way to get up close and personal with orphaned baby elephants, and occasionally other African safari animals too.
Incorporating culture and community brings alive the human context of the country you're visiting in unique and wonderful ways. Africa's cultural heritage is dazzlingly rich and diverse. Engaging on an authentic level with people of myriad cultures can make for profoundly rewarding encounters.