Your tots will have the chance to see elephants, monkeys and even an elusive leopard

Get the thrills and spills of the jungle, but closer to home


Spy Orangutans In Borneo

Take your jungle VIPs to the Borneo Rainforest Lodge in Sabah. This award-winning lodge is set in the middle of the Danum Valley, which is home to orangutans, pygmy elephants, sun bears and hornbills. Not only can your tots go on an animal-spotting drive and enjoy eco-walks with a guide, but they can also get a bird’s eye view of the rainforest if they take a stroll along the Tree Top Canopy Walkway. The perfect jungle adventure.


Track Snow Leopards In India

If you’re looking for an adventure, Chamba Camp in Thiksey, Ladakh is hard to beat. This gorgeous glamping resort, which is high in the Himalayas, provides the perfect base for potential leopard spotting. Tots will be able to join an expert tracker for a trek through the valleys, and learn how to look out for paw prints and listen out for its unique calls en route. And while they are looking out for leopard prints, they might be able to track those sure-footed ibex, Himalayan wolves and Tibetan sand foxes.


Spot Dragons In Indonesia

If your tot is a Jurassic Park addict, take him or her to Komodo National Park in Indonesia. Leave your luggage at the Plataran Komodo Resort, then head to Komodo Island, which is home to more than 2,000 mini dinosaurs. You can also sail to Rinca Island, which is where you’ll find deer, wild pigs, buffalo and tropical birds. And if that’s not enough, your mini nature lovers can enjoy an aquatic safari when they pop on snorkels and tour the reefs.


See Elephants In Sri Lanka

Expect to see smiles a mile wide, when you take your tots on safari in Sri Lanka. On a 4WD adventure through Yala National Park your tots will have the chance to see elephants, monkeys and even an elusive leopard. Book into the Wild Coast Tented Lodge. You’re sure to love the Family Cocoon Suite, which comes with an adjoining urchin tent for kids.

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