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Ask the trade

Your questions answered by those who really know




Q I have young children and need to travel in the school holidays. Is there anywhere that you would recommend for around Easter time?


South Africa is an excellent safari destination for families, but you should book ahead. If you choose an organised safari, remember to tell your operator your kids’ ages. Kruger National Park, with its outstanding wildlife density, is ideal for children, who shouldn’t have to wait long to see an elephant lumber across the road. Accommodation caters for all budgets, too: Olifants Rest Camp, teetering on the brink of a spectacular bluff, is very affordable. Singita Ebony Lodge, just outside Kruger, runs a Mini Rangers programme for children. Pilanesberg Game Reserve, in the crater of an extinct volcano, is another option and has swimming pools and playgrounds.

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