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  • Can you dig it?

    Complete with hard hat tours and tempting pasties, an outing to the former mining town of Geevor gives one family a flavour of Cornish history Read More»

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    Italian cookery school

    Pasta, gelato, pizza and wonderful wild garlic — what’s not to like about Italian food? This summer, kids can try their hand at becoming a carb-happy masterchef — before tucking… Read More»

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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»


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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