Is it only parents and children that are allowed on family trips?

Our family trips are just that – for the whole family. That means you don’t have to leave aunties, uncles and grandparents at home. As long as there is at least one child under the age of 18 travelling with you, you’re a family group. Older families should check out our worldwide adventures.

What’s the minimum age for children on a trip?

We have two trips with easy-going itineraries, which cater for 2-3 year olds – Magical Morocco and Malta and Gozo Adventure.

The rest of our trips have various minimum ages, depending on the activities included. They range from minimum ages of 5,7 and 12.  Our trips with a minimum age of 12 are more active and challenging itineraries, designed especially for teenagers.

Are these minimum ages flexible?

If you have younger siblings we will always look at allowing them onto trips on a case by case basis, depending on the activities on the trip and their ages. Please ask your travel agent.

Do parents and children spend all their time together?

Parent supervision is a must at all times. But we find that during free time and in the evenings, the kids tend to gravitate together, while the parents can be close by and relax or socialise with the other adults.