Join us on a family holiday in Morocco, a country seemingly tailor-made for adventure-loving families. In Morocco there’s so much to take in it sometimes feels like sensory overload. You can enjoy the sounds and smells of the souks in Marrakech, experience the warm sands of the Saharan dunes, the taste of tagine, couscous and fresh mint tea, the exhilaration of riding on mules through the inspiring Atlas Mountains, still capped with snow at this time of year – plus your chance to meet some of the warmest, most welcoming people anywhere.
Nearby the small but highlight-packed country of Jordan is also an excellent place to go at Easter, when skies are blue and the air is warm but not too hot. The whole family will love discovering the ancient rock-cut tombs and temples of Petra, in the footsteps of Indiana Jones; also camel trekking like Lawrence of Arabia among the coppery sands and echoing cliffs of Wadi Rum. You can also float like a cork on the saline waters of the Dead Sea, re-live Crusader battles at Kerak Castle and enjoy exploring the coral reefs of the Red Sea coast.
Easter is an ideal time to visit India, with warm weather and clear blue skies. Your adventure here will provide lifelong memories of colourful, spice-scented markets, meeting friendly people, watching rare Indian wildlife including perhaps the Bengal tiger, cooking and eating spicy curries, racing tuk-tuks or sleeping on a Keralan houseboat.
In Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam Easter is also a very good time to travel. You can expect plenty of warm sunshine and blue skies but the rainy season is yet to begin. The region has so much to offer for adventure and activity-loving families: an offbeat boat journey down the Mekong in Laos, exploring the Lost Cities of Angkor in Cambodia and cycling or sea-kayaking in beautiful Vietnam.