Safaris are the kind of stuff dream holidays are made of, and increasingly people are travelling to South Africa as families. In fact, a Skyscanner survey revealed that South Africa is the fourth most popular holiday choice for children. And of course a safari usually has top place on every agenda. South Africa’s safari lodges have reviewed their children policies large-scale, and many foremost safari lodges now welcome children. Many also provide specifically for their safety, entertainment and learning during their stay in the bush. These programmes give children a first-class orientation to nature and the wilderness, which is a great headstart to fostering planet-friendly attitudes.
Here’s the low-down on some South African safari lodges with open-door children’s policies:
A number of lodges run carefully tailored kiddies’ programmes. For instance , in Mpumalanga there are special children’s programmes in place at Sabi Sabi, Lukimbi Safari Lodge, Singita Ebony, Chitwa Chitwa, MalaMala and Ulusaba.
Mail our Getaway Consultants for more information, or call us on 0860 102 907 (local) or +27 21 797-7122 (international).