Something incredibly cool just landed on my desk this morning, and that is the Mavros’ family safari. I’ll never forget the very first safari I went, it was a holiday to remember. The Mavros’s look like they do it better than anyone, with such brilliant access to the safari world with every animal you can imagine, from a baby pangolin to the cheetahs and the rhinoceros, this looks like such a dreamy holiday. With my two children now five and six years old, I think it’s about time we embarked on such an adventure. Don’t forget to check out this awesome new website.

Be brave, leave the devices at home and come on a kid-happy Mavros Safari!

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1. Arm kids with their own bush pack to get them involved – with binoculars, an animal checklist and a flashlight, so they’ll be ready for action.

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2. Diversify your trip to get out the car and give kids the opportunity to climb, run and play. Discover ancient bushmen paintings and learn about all animals.

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3. For worry free travel – South Africa has some great big game safari destinations that are malaria free with lodges that love kids.

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4. Have the kids shop for schools supplies at home and visit a local school in Africa where they can deliver them personally. Significant and impactful for the kids and parents.

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Buckle up and come and explore the beating heart of Africa…

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