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If you are going to learn how to do stand-up paddleboarding, why not learn on a tropical island? COMO Point Yamu in Phuket has launched a beach club that’s on an island of its own. You’ll be whisked over to the island in a traditional longboat, where your kids can swim, kayak and SUP in a cordoned-off family area.
What could be more exciting than an Arabian adventure? Take your kids to the Feynan Eco Lodge where you can join one of their guides for a hike through the Jordanian desert. Get ready to feel like mini explorers as the team take you on a walk from the desert-like Dana Biosphere Reserve into the green Wadi Dana. Tots will have the chance to walk past Bedouin villages and spy their goats, discover natural springs and catch a glimpse of the birds that have made the reserve their home.
Whizz between the treetops on the Flight of the Gibbon Angkor ride in Siem Reap. There are 10 different ziplines to try and you finish you. Mum and dad can always enjoy a little pampering at the Belmond La Residence D’Angkor afterwards.
From $14,300 pp
- Sail around the Russian High Arctic in luxury with all modern comforts onboard Sea Spirit
- Experience a true expedition cruise to the rarely visited Franz Josef Land archipelago
- Visit a soviet-era research facility, once a base for polar exploration
- Look out for colonies of nesting seabirds on the rugged, steep cliffs of the islands
- Spot polar bears, walrus and endangered bowhead whales around the archipelago
When to go:
From $7,500 pp
- A camping trek through some of the most remote parts of Mongolia, the western Altai Mountains
- Meeting the famed eagle hunters and staying alongside a host family
- Exploring some of the most beautiful parts of Mongolia’s heartland, including the stunning Orkhon Valley
- Spending the night in Mandala Mongolia – the most luxurious and intimate accommodation available in the country
When to go:
From $4,500 pp
- The kids will love the experience of sleeping in traditional Mongolian felt tents, or ‘gers’
- Whether it’s horse back riding or walking, get the kids out in nature and being active all throughout this holiday
- Learn about Mongolian culture first hand by staying alongside a nomadic host family, helping them with their daily chores and letting the kids play and interact with the host children
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