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Family Holidays in Asia
Elepant Sarari near Giritale

Family Holidays in Asia

Asia Family Trips

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Chopsticks & Coconuts Family Holiday

Family Holidays in Asia
14 Days from CAD 3,608
CAD 3,270

Experience Vietnam from north and south

Family
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South East Asia Adventure Family Holiday

Cambodia
14 Days from CAD 3,418
CAD 3,270

Experience an action-packed journey across Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand

Family
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Sri Lanka: Wild Family Adventure

Competition in action
12 Days from CAD 3,515

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Two weeks exploring Sri Lanka, the perfect family destination

Family

Borneo Wildlife Family Holiday

Indonesia, Borneo - Young Orangutan sitting on the tree, Malaysia
12 Days from CAD 3,515

Borneo's wonders: apes, monkeys, mini elephants & lush forests!

Family
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Thailand Family Adventure

Family Holidays in Asia
13 Days from CAD 3,800

Take your clan to the Land of Smiles, one of the world’s great family destinations

Family

We had not done an adventure family holiday before and were unsure as to what to expect. Any anxieties were very quickly dispelled and we had a memorable 14 days discovering Vietnam from north to south. The schedule was paced so that we had time to recover from flights and travelling. The heat took some getting used to. Our tour guide said that Vietnam has two types of weather, hot and hotter, so don’t pack a jumper! There were five other families on the tour and we all got along really well. Our tour guide Huyen Nguyen made sure everything went smoothly and imparted her in depth knowledge of Vietnam giving us context and descriptions of her beautiful country. The tour was a mix of activities from rickshaws in Hanoi, Cooking classes in Hoi An and relaxing at Whale island. We didn’t really get into the history of the “American War” until late into the tour which was good, because Vietnam is so much more than its history! The Vietnamese people were warm, welcoming and generous. It is also helpful that English is spoken widely and quite well, which is useful as the Vietnamese language is very difficult to understand. The food was really tasty and we enjoyed the Ban-mi in particular. One final note, the Hotels were really good, particularly the Sincerity Hotel in Hoi An which has a very good swimming pool.

Gareth Jones Chopsticks & Coconuts Family Holiday

This was such a brilliant holiday – amazing scenery, fabulous food, fun activities, culture and history. We shared it with 5 other families, who all got on fabulously (adults and children) – there was always someone to chat to and share the experiences with. Having a tour guide really helps you get the most from the holiday – especially reserving tables for us all at some of the best eateries – and also takes the stress out of any aspect of the holiday.
We saw so much of this beautiful country in such a short space of time, but still had time to relax and chill out!

IAN BUCKLEY Chopsticks & Coconuts Family Holiday

This review is based on being specifically ‘Designed for children aged 9-12’.

In summary, in our opinion, it is not.

It is simply the (excellent) adult trip with a few omissions and permitting children.

To give my review some context:

Our children are in the age bracket for whom this trip is designed.
I’ve been travelling with Exodus since 2006 and this was my seventh trip with one of those being the adult version of this trip.
Last year we travelled all over Vietnam on a family holiday with Intrepid.

All of these trips I’ve mentioned were outstanding experiences and no matter the price, excellent value for money. I continue to recommend those trips and Exodus at every opportunity to both the uninitiated and the many repeat trippers looking for something they haven’t yet tried.

But unfortunately this was the first where I felt my expectations weren’t met and I felt rather disappointed.

I would endorse the views expressed by previous reviewers Jon Browning and Stephen Dossett and encourage you to read them.

Matthew Moulding Egyptian Family Adventure