PRLog - Jan. 17, 2013 - BASINGSTOKE, U.K. -- Comments Mark Wright, Founder of Families Worldwide: “Family adventure holidays have come a long way since I first came up with the concept 15 years ago. Families are far more adventurous these days and are prepared to travel to the four corners of the globe for a new and rewarding experience.
Enjoy the great outdoors in Slovakia
“We try and ensure that our busy itineraries combine elements of fun, education, cultural encounters, activities and wildlife but not forgetting the all-important chill out time for both parents and kids.
“To celebrate the launch of the new brochure, we have taken £100 per person off all bookings for our exciting new Castles and Caves trip to Slovakia, provided they are made by 14 February.”
Here is a brief summary of the 4 exciting new trips:
Learn the Lingo (http://www.familiesworldwide.co.uk/
A week-long trip to the Catalunya region of Spain, which includes two and a half hours Spanish tuition at Inlingua School on four mornings of the holiday. Other highlights include a guided walk in Montnegre National Park (with an optional lunch at a farmhouse), a bike tour along the sea promenade, a market visit and cookery workshop, visit to Barcelona with Nou Camp visit (optional), sea kayaking and beach volley ball. Other optional activities include tennis, pitch & putt, catamaran tour, bird-watching, parasailing and cheese tasting. From £1059 per child, £1079 per adult. Land only prices from £759 per child and £779 per adult for those who prefer to book their own flights.
Active Gozo (http://www.familiesworldwide.co.uk/
This super-active holiday features both land and water based activities, some of which take place on an eco-farm. Highlights include a boat cruise with swimming, snorkelling and lunch on board, eco-farm visit, having a go at milking a goat, mountain biking and exploring the rural and coastal paths of Gozo, rock climbing, abseiling and kayaking to explore caves. From £1049 per child (8+) and £1099 per adult. Land only prices are from £829 per child, and £849 for adults.
Castles & Caves (http://www.familiesworldwide.co.uk/
Highlights of this trip to this unspoilt corner of Europe include a visit to Spis Castle to see a historic re-enactment, a train ride to Dedinky with a cruise on the lake, a walk to Stratena, the impressive Dobsinska Ice Cave, a two-night stay with horse rides on a ranch, action-packed visit to Tarzania with high ropes and zip-wires and a walk through the beautiful canyons and gorges of Slovak Paradise Park. From £1029 per child (7+), £1049 per adult . Land only prices are from £779 per child and £799 per adult for those who want to make their own way to Krakow where the holiday starts.
Active Dalmatia – 8 days
This 8-day trip is based on the beautiful Lopud Island with accommodation in a family-run guesthouse. Highlights will include sea kayaking along the beautiful Croatian coast – discovering hidden caves and remote inlets – exploring Sipan Island by mountain bike, snorkelling and swimming over colourful reefs, dolphin and bird watching and visiting Neptune's fountain in Trsteno Arboretum. There will also be free time to explore Dubrovnik or take an optional canoeing excursion in Herzegovina or a boat trip to Mljet Island National Park. From £979 per child (8+) and £999 per adult. Land only prices from £479 per child and £499 per adult.
Families Worldwide offers trips to a total of 31 countries around the world
To book or for a copy of the new Families Worldwide brochure call 0845 051 4567 or visit www.familiesworldwide.co.uk (http://www.familiesworldwide.co.uk/)