• Before using this site, you should visit our Privacy Policy to ensure you agree with its terms

 

Country Resources

Tourist Offices & Advice

Travel Resources & Information






Offers & Topics















   



Families Worldwide 10th Anniversary Brochure

2016 will be the 10th anniversary of Families Worldwide, celebrated in their newly-launched 2016/17 brochure.

The new programme of family adventures features over 50 trips in 40 countries and includes 13 new itineraries. These are to destinations close to home like Tuscany, Finland and Corsica and as far afield as Japan, Myanmar, South Africa and the USA. Flagged up are ‘Signature Trips’, the operator's most popular itineraries, ideal for families thinking about an adventure holiday for the first time.

As an example of the new trips, an eight-day Alpine Adventure in Slovenia costs from £949 per child, £999 per adult. Based in the picturesque town of Bled, highlights include rafting down the Soca River, guided walks around the lakes and mountains, cycling through summer alpine meadows, having a go at rock climbing, sea kayaking around Skocijan caves, zip lining and summer tobogganing.

Further afield, a 14-day Adventure Malaysia! trip costs from £1,049 per child, £1,099 per adult. The tour takes in historic Malacca, the soaring skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur and the mountainous dense jungle of the highlands. Highlights include a night walk in the jungle, spotting orang-utans, watching fireflies, a river cruise in Malacca and ending on the colonial island of Penang with its palm-fringed beaches and fishing villages.

The above tour prices exclude flights from the UK - these can be included if required.

To celebrate the launch of the new brochure, Families Worldwide is offering some exclusive deals. For example, clients booking any family holiday departing after 1 March 2016 can save 25% on the youngest child's Land Only price when the holiday is booked before 31 October 2015.

Full details at: www.familiesworldwide.co.uk

Related News: italy,finland,corsica,japan,myanmar,south africa,usa

<< Back    News Home    Next>>

Date Published:
2nd October 2015

Editor:

David Betterton
David Betterton FInstTT

Please send any feedback and press information via this form.