Unique Family SPRING BREAK Trips

Book a getaway to destinations like Nicaragua or Kenya with Wildland Adventures for an authentic journey the entire family will enjoy. 

Wildland Adventures Trip to Peru; photo courtesy Wildland Adventures

Instead of venturing to amusement parks or overcrowded beaches this Spring Break, Family travel pros Wildland Adventures offers unique trips that are full of adventure for travelers of all ages.  Choose from nature-filled destinations like Turkey, Kenya and Nicaragua when it is time to travel with the family once again. Wildland Adventures has created family adventure vacations to just about every destination in the world.  And with special value pricing for children and teens, parents won’t have to worry about breaking the bank during the upcoming holidays.

For Spring 2013, the company has highlighted three adventure vacations to whet the appetite of family travelers seeking off-the-beaten-path experiences that will inspire, entertain, and provide memories to last a lifetime.

Nicaragua:

Uncover the natural beauty, people and colonial charm that are Nicaragua’s heart and soul. Accompanied by a naturalist guide, each guest sets out to explore the picturesque Spanish colonial city of Granada by horse-drawn carriage, treks through rainforests amongst hundreds of tropical birds, flies through the rainforest canopy by zip line and hikes amongst the Mombacho and Masaya Volcanoes. Prices for the 9-day Nicaragua Family Vacation start at $2,485 USD per person.

Kenya

Travel with your family to the remote Kenyan bush for an unforgettable adventure. Track wildlife on foot and camp along the water’s edge while learning local tribal traditions from your native guides. Access rustic-chic luxury lodges and camps by with bush flights and fill your days with game drives, night drives, walking safaris, and remote camping via camel back. Prices for this 11-day adventure start at $7,050 USD per person.

Turkey

For an active family vacation, journey through ancient ruins, whitewashed towns and local villages. Escape to the turquoise waters where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean. Based from comfortable, family-friendly hotels, the journey starts with a historic tour by foot through Istanbul, continuing with a flight to Cappadocia to discover the underground tunnels and churches and then on to the Roman ruins of Ephesus, finishing with relaxation on the beaches and in the pine forests of the Lycian Coast. Prices for the Turkey Family Adventure, which runs for 13 days, start at $4,095 USD per person.

To learn more about these or other Wildland family adventure vacations, visit www.wildland.com or call 1-800-345-4453.

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