From fossil hunting to bush survival, your tots will have hours of fun in the wild
If you want to tear your tots away from the wifi, take them to a wilderness lodge
This hilltop safari retreat in Kenya is perfect for families. The original home of the Born Free foundation, this eco-friendly hideaway is a must-visit for animal lovers both large and small. Adventures can include game drives, bush walks, fishing trips and visits to the park’s rhino sanctuary. Book the two-bed Family Cottage, which comes with an outdoor tub and panoramic views of the park.
The Resort At Paws Up, Montana
If you want your tot to experience the great outdoors – how about 37,000 acres in Montana? You don’t need to worry about roughing it. You can drive a complimentary Kia back to your spacious private lodge, or kickback in your luxury tent on a heated mattress. Enjoy pony treks, rafting trips and ATV rides across the landscape. And sample life in the wild, west West with a chuckwagon dinner that even features a cowboy poet and banjo player.
As soon as your tots arrive at this wilderness lodge, they will want to join the Junior Rangers programme. From fossil hunting to bush survival, your kids will have hours of fun in the wild. Families should book into one of the two-bedroom Wollemi Villas, which each come with a private pool.
High in a Peruvian cloud forest, you’ll find the eco-lodge of Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo. Junior visitors will be given a Child’s Explorer Kit on arrival and they will be able to join the hotel’s ranger for a trek into the jungle to discover the local wildllife.