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Be different and have a family adventure holiday

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Are you feeling frazzled? It's easier than ever to get caught up in the rush of modern day life, and it can be hard to switch off.

However a UK break could be your chance to ditch technology and discover your family's wild side.

And, you’ll also benefit from triple dividend when booking a UK break with us in May.

Haven's self-catering holiday homes can be found in plenty of picturesque places, from the coast of Scotland down to Penzance, and its Nature activities include bush craft skills and rambles with rangers.

Its Wild Duck Holiday Park is a particularly idyllic retreat by the Norfolk Broads. It offers self-catering lodges along with space for tourers and camping.

The site even has a treehouse play area for little ones, woodland walks from spotting wildlife and is a great base for exploring the Broads or Great Yarmouth.

For an extra taste of adventure, you can opt for a safari tent there. Gone will be your days of stuffing sleeping bags into tents struggling to stand under canvas. These large African-inspired khaki tents boast two bedrooms and sleep up to five people. They also have kitchen facilities and a large wooden veranda for relaxing in the shade.

If breathing in fresh forest air is your idea of a technology free break then Blackwood Forest in Micheldever might be for you.

Hoseasons has a site tucked away in 270 hectares of woodland there, making the perfect base to explore the New Forest and Downton Abbey filming location Highclere Castle.

The beech trees burst into life in spring or you could visit in autumn to enjoy orange and brown woodland hues and leaf piles.

Your local Lincolnshire Co-op travel branch can help you find the perfect family escape. Find your local branch here.

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