Getting tired of the holidays before they have even begun? It’s not too early to start planning where you should spend next Christmas and escaping in 2019. Picture this: a holiday on holiday, surrounded by your loved ones, enjoying amazing scenery and experiences, and all of it perfectly planned by a trusted partner. If that sounds like a Christmas dream, we think you should round up the family and head off to South Africa’s Cape region, where you’ll find timeless treasures to captivate all ages.
A safari with a two year old? It can be done! In fact, a safari with a two year old makes a great family vacation. Many safari lodges are well-suited for family travel and catering to children. Our favorite lodges for families have babysitting services and nannies available to look after children who aren’t old enough for game drives, or if you want to steal away some time for adults. There are also dedicated activities and learning centers for children to keep them engaged and teach them about the African bush. The children will get plenty of face time with […]
Travel with Ker & Downey on a multi-generational family safari – southern Africa. At Ker & Downey we pride ourselves on creating unique, custom itineraries for each client. That is especially true for clients booking a multi-generational family safari – southern Africa. There can be many challenges when organizing a multi-generational family safari – southern Africa – booking several different flights, organizing transfers for larger groups, competing ideas from family members as to what the trip should look like and what the group should do. You want the youngest clients to participate in the same activities as the rest of […]
An Africa family safari is an opportunity for the youngest explorers to discover the charm and wonder of the African bush. Many properties even cater special activities to kids. Here are our top things to do on your next Africa family safari. Africa Family Safari in Botswana and Zimbabwe Earn your Ker & Downey Young Explorers Badge by mastering key bush survival skills and learning how to identify and follow animal tracks along the Okavango Delta. Explore the reed beds and Okavango waterways in a traditional mokoro canoe, observing the many skills developed by local people to survive in the environment. For instance, […]