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    A teen in Paris

    Careful planning pays off as a mother and her teenage fashionista daughter hit the French capital for some serious shopping (and a bit of culture) Read More»

  • Up hill and down dale

    Yorkshire's rolling dales offer families more than bracing hikes. From exploring a Saxon crypt to scaling a fairy-inhabited waterfall, holidaying around the handsome city of Ripon can fire up young… Read More»

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    Go wild in the countryside

    Spring is a time for outdoor activities like egg hunts, beach clean-ups and lambing — and, come rain or shine, the kids are usually happy to get involved Read More»

  • Making a difference: Volunteer with the family

    Go somewhere spectacular, do something unusual, make new friends, preserve the environment and gain new skills in the process. Plus, how to celebrate World Book Day Read More»

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    Q-bots in Legoland

    With the latest line jumping gismo in hand, Legoland should be a walk in the (theme) park — but kids days out are full of unforeseen obstacles Read More»


In the 2017 issue of National Geographic Traveller – Family we've pulled together wintry snow adventures to suit even hard-to-please teens. Elsewhere, we hike trails in the jagged Dolomite mountains; go on an epic rainy adventure in Costa Rica; and take an affordable trip to the River Tarn in France. Get your free 84-page guide with the Jan/Feb 2017 issue.

Read the 19-page sample here 



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Coumeenole Beach, Dingle. Image: Getty


Ireland: Hooked on Dingle

Perched on the westernmost tip of Ireland, the town of… Read More»

Serre Chevalier. Image: UCPA


Family travel: Skiing in Serre Chevalier

Don’t want to take out a second mortgage to get… Read More»

Colony of white-fronted bee-eaters on the bank of the Chongwe River, Lower Zambezi National Park. Image: Emma Gregg


Safari for 73-year-old beginners

It’s never too late to experience the wonders of the… Read More»


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