How it goes: Red Savannah (01242 787800; redsavannah.com) has several beautiful gulets for charter that sleep up to 20 people; while Blue Cruise (020 8968 7770; bluecruise.co.uk) offers affordable shared cruises
Entry requirements? Entry without testing for fully vaccinated persons and under 12-year-olds; B. via PCR or antigen test or proof of recovery for others. Online form (register.health.gov.tr).
13. Become a Jedi Master in Florida
For: Children aged seven and over
An extraterrestrial adventure begins this March in Florida: a two-day “voyage” aboard the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser. Launch Pods transport kids and parents from Disney World through hyperspace to the Starcruiser, an immersive space where they can meet and work with Star Wars characters, take the helm of the ship, learn how to use a lightsaber, participate in missions, and be in a Cabin overlooking galaxies sleeping far far away.
How it goes: Disney World (disneyworld.co.uk) is offering a 14-day Galaxy’s Edge package from £932 per person, including accommodation and a Disney 14-Day Magic Ticket.
Entry requirements? Proof of full vaccination, plus negative PCR or lateral flow test performed no more than one day prior to travel. A test may be required three to five days after arrival unless you have proof of recovery. Unvaccinated children aged 2-17 require a negative Covid test taken up to 1 day prior to travel.
14. Lift anchor in Anchorage
For: Single parents and children from the age of seven
National Geographic has partnered with G Adventures to create a series of Family Journeys. The trips in small groups are intended to offer young travelers meaningful encounters and learn something along the way – in like-minded company for parents/children traveling alone. Destinations for 2022 include Alaska, where kids can earn junior ranger badges while making unforgettable memories: dog sledding across a glacier, whale watching and bear hunting.
How it goes: G Adventures (0344 272 2080; gadventures.com) is offering a nine-day Alaska family tour from £3,599 per person for adults and £3,449 for children.
Entry requirements? Proof of full vaccination, plus negative PCR or lateral flow test performed no more than 24 hours prior to travel. A test may be required 3-5 days after arrival unless you have proof of recovery. Unvaccinated children aged 2-17 require a negative Covid test taken up to 1 day prior to travel.
15. France on two wheels
Hobby cyclists can conquer Normandy this year on the new cycle path on the Seine: La Seine à Vélo, which meanders over 270 scenic kilometers from Paris to the sea. Departing from Notre-Dame, the route takes you along the trendy Canal Saint-Martin district and the old Seine towpaths via Renoir’s immortal terrace on the Ile des Impressionnistes. Further, past barges, half-timbered houses, orchards. This is the land of impressionism: in Giverny you will see Monet’s house; the later medieval Rouen and on the coast the picturesque Honfleur.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/family-holidays/best-family-holiday-abroad-book-where-travel-kids-friendly-2022/ The 20 best family holidays abroad for 2022