26 great family trips in Africa.
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Below you will find 26 curated family trips taking place in Africa with 23 reviews.
Our family trips are supplied by 6 hand-picked travel agencies in Africa.
With trip prices ranging from 98 USD to 3,957 USD and trip durations varying from 1 day and to 13 days, there is plenty to choose from.
“I cannot recommend World Expeditions highly enough. My kids loved every second of the trip. Our guides were knowledgeable, professional and kind. I have no complaints. I wish we could go again tomorrow. I miss traveling with World Expeditions already.”
“Namibia is an amazing country with a wide variety of unmatched landscapes and wildlife. This trip takes you from towering sand dunes in the Namib desert via the beauty of the Skeleton coast and the old town of Swakopmund to the spectacular Etosha wildlife park and its vast savannah and bush. Cloudless skies and star filled nights under canvas in a country full of history and different cultures to experience. Immerse yourselves! Be prepared to spend time travelling as this is a big country and there is a lot to see!”
“This was a wonderful trip for so many reasons - the adventure, the scenery, the food, the company, the organisation and the animals to name a few. Three families and two guides who had never met before the trip soon melded into a happy group. The trip starts in the desert and the early rise to climb Dune 45 was blooming' cold! However, it was worth it and Jonas' porridge soon warmed us up. Swapokmund was a short re-entry into civilisation and gave the opportunity for a variety of trips. We did the seal colony boat trip and the flight over the desert. Both great (although the latter made some passengers feel extremely queasy). The bush men drawings were really interesting and then the trip to Etosha was just wonderful - particularly sitting by the waterhole in the evening watching rhinos wander in and out. The campsites were great. The Etosha ones very busy and the others very quiet. Food cooked by Jonas was great. As another reviewer has said it's amazing to see what he could knock up on a camp fire. Stews, steaks, cakes and bread. The lodges came at welcome intervals. One was a little like a deserted military camp but the beds were comfy. That and the lunchtime food at the NWR resorts (the Etosha campsites) are the only negatives I think. The whole trip passed quickly but it felt like we'd been away from home for a month. It was wonderful mental relaxation.”