Cox & Kings has a new range of family holidays which have been created especially for families seeking adventure and discovery.

Nigel Hosking, head of product for the operator, said: “The new holidays have been designed with the aim of inspiring family members of all generations to get out into the world and experience its countless wonders firsthand.

“Families can learn to cook like a local, zip-wire above the rainforest canopy, track wild animals, snorkel amid shoals of tropical fish, hike to centuries-old temples, haggle their way around chaotic markets and explore backroads by bicycle and backwoods by snowmobile.”

As an example, families can combine the highlights of western Canada with soft adventure activities on the nine-day ‘Western Canada Family Adventure’ through British Columbia and Alberta. Priced from £995 per person (excluding flights) clients can explore Vancouver, stay on a ranch and discover the Rocky Mountains. Alternatively, a 14-day ‘India: Taj, Tigers & Beaches Family Adventure’ offers an introduction to India by combining the nation’s most celebrated sights with a tiger searching adventure in Ranthambore National Park from £2,695 per person.

All the holidays in the collection operate on a private basis with guideline prices based on older children; young children or infants will generally be cheaper. On most of the tours a private vehicle and driver is available, while a private guide is typically included for led excursions.

For more information visit coxandkings.co.uk

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