A new Tauck trip for 2016 promises families the safari experience of a lifetime, with access to the latest professional filmmaking kit to bring the wonders of Tanzania’ s wildlife tantalisingly up close.

Infrared camera traps, night vision goggles and thermal imaging equipment feature prominently in the new safari land journey, allowing families to experience the usually-unseen nocturnal world in vivid, sharp focus.

Steve Spivak, the company's vice president, said: “Demand for our multi-generational itineraries continues to increase and reflects the desire for families to reconnect and do fun things together when they’re on holiday. Our philosophy contrasts sharply with other family holiday options that provide 'kids-only' facilities and activities, and all our Tauck Bridges trips are crafted to emphasise our belief in 'shared enrichment', with experiences and activities that every generation can enjoy, and that bring them closer together.”

Highlights of the trip include waking up in an African lodge to views of Mount Kilimanjaro; experiencing the real home life of Maasai warriors and Africa's Big Five; making jewellery and spear-throwing in the African bush and seeing first-hand inside a village school; enjoying open-top game drives to see lions and elephants, and wildebeest on the move; and watching the wilderness pageant come alive on your doorstep, from a safari lodge in the Serengeti. Tanzania: A Grand Family Safari leads in at from £4,325 per person.

For details see www.tauck.co.uk

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