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Africa and The Middle East with Kids


Children riding camel in Egypt
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  • Visit Egypt for a historical trip that your kids will remember for life! Cairo is a fascinating city to visit. With the only remaining  original wonder of the world left, Cairo is full of history from the pyramids to the many museums you will never run out of things to do!  Or hop on over to Sharm El Sheikh and check out the world class snorkeling and beautiful beaches!


Kenya safari
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  • Do your kids love animals? If so this is the place to visit!  With wildlife parks all over the country you can get up close and personal with the big 5, an experience the whole family will love! Visit Kenya today!


Child with giant turtle in Mauritius
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  • Hang out with the giant turtles and relax on the beautiful beaches in Mauritius  From the sugar factory, botanic garden and swimming with the dolphins, family memories will be everlasting!


Pottery at the market in Morocco
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Visit the colorful markets in Morocco with your kids and hunt for that perfect souvenir.  Hang out in the dessert,  visit the mosques and check out the town squares.  This is an exciting destination for everyone.  Stay in one of the beautiful riads and sip mint tea on the roof after a long day of exploring!

South Africa

Giraffe in Sout h Africa
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  • From berry farms to safaris- your family will never get bored in South Africa!    Enjoy one of the most specatular landscapes in the world and a family vacation with something for everyone!


Burj in Dubai
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  • From the desert to the modern cities of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, the UAE has so much to offer!  Ultra modern and with a great mix of the obscure- skiing in a mall, to seeing some of the world's greatest concert and F1 races. Ride the world's fastest rollarcoaster and visit aqua parks to swim with the dolphins.  Enjoy the delicious food from hummus to biriyani!

Asia and the Middle East

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