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Top 10 Family Holidays for World Wonders

Winter Wonderland

Where? Finland
Why? The mesmerizing Northern Lights will almost seem like a bonus on this six-day, action-packed Lapland break, where children (aged five and over) can get to grips with snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice-fishing and husky sledging.
Contact The Adventure Company

Rome Cavalieri
Where? Rome, Italy
Why? For children, merely seeing the famous sights of Rome (one of the New World Wonders) instantly energizes all those dull history lessons at school, but the Cavalieri Hilton goes one step further with activities ranging from gladiator lessons (for children aged seven and over) to pizza making.

Contact Rome Cavalieri

Reef and Rainforest

Where? Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia
Why? With easy access to the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest, Port Douglas offers a host of activities, from croc-spotting cruises and whitewater rafting to snorkelling trips and a dramatic Skyrail train journey to Kuranda.

Contact Bridge & Wickers

The Land of the Incas 
Where? Peru
Why? Machu Picchu is the focus of this Peruvian family adventure which includes an exciting (but manageable) mixture of river rafting, mountain biking and sightseeing, before embarking on the classic day-hike to the impressive Lost City of the Incas. Then it’s off to the Amazon for three days of wildlife spotting.
Contact KE Adventure Travel

Pharaohs and Feluccas
Where? Egypt
Why? The wonders of ancient Egypt never fail to impress, but kids appreciate a bit of action too. On this trip, they’ll view the Pyramids on camelback, glide down the Nile on a sailing felucca, ride a donkey to the Valley of the Kings and set out in a horse-drawn carriage to the amazing Karnak Temple complex.
Contact Imaginative Traveller

Himalayan Adventure
Where? Nepal
Why? This 15-day family adventure seeks high and low for natural and cultural wonders, ranging from the wildlife of Chitwan National Park and the temples of Kathmandu to the magnificent peaks of the Annapurnas. There’s even an option for a sightseeing flight over Mount Everest.
Contact Exodus

Crusaders & Camels
Where? Jordan
Why? Epic and adventurous, yet small enough to keep long journeys to a minimum, Jordan has cultural and natural wonders that are perfect for budding Indiana Jones’s. On this eight-day trip, they can float in the Dead Sea, explore the temples of Petra and venture into the desert landscape of Wadi Rum for two days of camel trekking and stargazing.
Contact Families Worldwide

Cowboys and Indians
Where? Arizona and Utah, USA
Why? The red-rock national parks of southwest USA boast some of the world’s most magnificent landscapes, from Monument Valley to the one-and-only Grand Canyon. This 11-night Wild West tour includes easy hiking, a rafting trip on the Colorado River and horse riding at a high country ranch.
Contact KE Adventure Travel

Waterfall and Wildlife
Where? Zambia
Why? Staying in spectacular private safari houses with personal guides, vehicles and chefs, families can set their own pace and plan their own activities on this ultimate Zambian safari which combines Victoria Falls and South Luangwa National Park.
Contact Expert Africa

Brazil for Pioneers
Where? Brazil
Why? Eyeball an alligator in the Pantanal, feel the thunder of Iguassú Falls and relish the views of Rio de Janeiro from the Sugar Loaf cable car or Corcovado’s Christ statue (one of the New World Wonders).

Contact Journey Latin America