Kids will be able to learn bush tracking skills, survival techniques and how to cook in the great outdoors

You’ll never hear I’m bored again when you book your tots into one of these fun kids clubs  



Paws Up, USA

This luxury ranch in the wilderness of Montana is one huge playground. The original glamping site features two kids’ clubs – Little Discoverers (age three to five) and Adventure Club (age six to 12). During the summer months they’ll enjoy go-kart races, zip-line rides and pony treks, and during the winter months they will play ice hockey and go luge-style sledding. You won’t need to worry about them asking for extra data on this trip – they will be having too much fun outside. You can book the family into one of the lodges or complete the wild west adventure and reserve one of the luxury tents for your story.



Zarafa Camp, Botswana

Nature loving kids can become conservation warriors with The Great Plains Young Explorers Programme. Apart from joining the rangers on game drives, kids aged up to 15 will be able to learn bush tracking skills, survival techniques and how to cook in the great outdoors. And they also get to chat to other mini eco warriors around the world.




Soneva Fushi, Maldives

Warning! When your tots step inside the Den in the Maldives they will never want to leave. This innovative club is purpose-built for tiny adventures. From the dress-up room, to the DJ booth, to the ping pong hut and in-house cinema… this jungle gym-style club made from bamboo will provide non-stop entertainment for tiny people with big imaginations.  It’s free for guests aged four and up.



Crossing The Sea, Greece

When is a yacht not a yacht? When it’s a floating kids’ club. The boat-ique Crossing The Sea flotilla, which journeys around the Greek islands comes with its own yacht for kids. At this mini mariners kids’ club, tots can learn how to read the wind, manoeuvre the rudder and tie knots, as the flotilla travels from Skiathos to Skopelos via Peristera. When they are not practising their sailing techniques, they can enjoy water sports with their friends or take part in treasure hunts when they go ashore. There is no fear of living off the ship’s biscuits as the kids will be treated to mini Mediterranean dishes prepared by the Kids’ Club crew.




Rocco Forte Verdura Resort, Italy

No surprise that the showstopping Rocco Forte Verdura Resort in Sicily comes with one of the best kids’ clubs around. The purpose-built kids’ club Verduland features a science lab, cooking school, arts and crafts zone, heated outdoor pool and video games room. The club is open to children from newborn to 12 years old. Tiny babes (newborns to three years of age) have their own nap zone and dedicated playroom. On top of this Rocco Forte Verdura Resort is also home to six sports academies, including one run by Juventus Football Club.

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