A Family Safari in the Wildest Playground

Greta Thunberg has created a movement where children are becoming increasingly aware of climate change and how important it is to campaign for the future of the planet. A family holiday in the nature can be a perfect opportunity for kids (and their parents) to engage more with nature.

Price based on a family of 4 (children aged between 7 – 16 years)

2020 prices

  • March – $18,744
  • April, May, June, and Nov – $23,564
  • July – Oct – $29,636


This 7-night itinerary includes

2 nights in the Okavango Delta staying at Okuti Camp 

3 nights at Young Explorers Camp (exclusive for the use of your family – more information below). Stay at Footsteps Camp.

2 nights in the Kalahari staying at Dinaka


Private safari vehicle throughout

Staying in the best locations in Botswana

Game rich safari drives

Motorised boating safaris

Completely private family safari for 3 of the nights

Young explorer programme

Kalahari desert adventure

Meeting local San people and hearing their life stories

More information on the Young Explorers Safari

The Young Explorers safariis a specially designed safari that offers families the opportunity to discover the wonders of the African wilderness on their own unique safari.

One of the special attractions of this safari is its exclusivity: each family has sole use of Footsteps Camp. The private six-bedded camp comes with a professional guide, personal chef, waiter, housekeeper and dedicated Mokoro guides. It literally allows your family to explore the bush at your own pace while never losing sight of the fact that being in the wilderness is also about having fun!

A selection of activities is planned with the whole family in mind. Parents can enjoy some peace and quiet whilst our expertly trained Young Explorers guide entertains the children with a multitude of activities to suit all ages. Activities are designed to be both educational and inspiring.

The Young Explorers’ emphasis is on learning how to track game – both on foot and in 4×4 safari vehicles. The guide also teaches children how to make small animal traps and how to start a fire from nothing more than two sticks. The children learn how to: recognise different animal spoor; identify a range of birds; try their hand at poling a Mokoro (subject to water levels); drive a game drive vehicle; fish; and shoot an air rifle at tin cans. On completion of the safari children receive a Young Explorers certificate, T-shirt and cap.

Young Explorers is operational 1st March – 30th November and caters for families with children aged 7+ years.

Get in touch to book


+44 (0) 7585 339 198

+47 (0) 951 12 317