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Turquoise Emerald Family Holidays

Prices From £5000 - £5999 Per Family

Family holidays to Thailand and Malaysia are at their weather best during July and August, so look no further than Koh Samui or Borneo for a summer holiday.  With just a week or ten days at half term, there are few places better than the Middle East for guaranteed sunshine and adventure for a family holiday. 

Dubai, with its glitzy resorts and wow-factor water parks, has long been a family holiday favourite, but the Six Senses Zighy Bay in Oman, just two hours from Dubai is the number one choice for many of our families who are short on time but long for adventure with a touch of sophistication and style.   South Africa is also a good option for a mid-term break – not only is it affordable but the lack of jet lag makes a family holiday eminently suitable for a few days.  

Where to go for an Emerald Family Holiday?

Our Top Emerald Family Holidays

  • Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

    Taking full advantage of its magnificent setting on a private motu (islet) in Bora Bora’s turquoise lagoon, the views from Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora are simply breathtaking. 

  • Shangri-La's Le Touessrok Resort & Spa

    Gloriously positioned on the desirable east coast of Mauritius (just 50 minutes from the airport), this highly sought-after and much-loved resort has been the recipient of numerous awards over the years.

  • COMO Parrot Cay

    Set on a private island in the ridiculously idyllic Turks and Caicos, COMO Parrot Cay sits on an ivory stretch of sand that is seemingly endless and washed by the gin-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea – this truly could be paradise!

  • Four Seasons Resort Langkawi

    Occupying a beautiful 1.5 kilometre beach – one of the best we have found in Malaysia – this elegant resort lies on the tropical island of Langkawi; a UNESCO Geopark idyll of steamy rainforests, rugged mountains and thrilling mangrove forests.

  • Bunga Raya

    As sensual and exotic as the hibiscus flower from which it takes its name, Bunga Raya is a hidden paradise just off the coast of Borneo. A secluded retreat that we think is a real hidden gem, this beautiful boutique resort is a cross between jungle-chic and being ‘at one with nature’. With the dense green jungle canopy and divine white beaches, you feel a million miles away from civilization – the reality is you are only 30 minutes from the airport making this an easily accessible island hideaway.

  • One&Only Royal Mirage

    Exemplifying the splendour of old Arabia, this magnificent resort (considered the most stylish resort on Jumeirah Beach), comprises three equally distinctive places to stay – the original hotel ‘The Palace’, and two new additions – ‘Arabian Court’ and ‘Residence & Spa’. What’s more, as a guest, you can enjoy the extensive dining and leisure facilities offered at all three properties (with a few exceptions such as the pool at The Residence & Spa which is for residents’ use only).

  • Angorichina Station

    This 250 square mile working sheep station lies amid awe-inspiring scenery, deep in the heart of South Australia’s vast Flinders Ranges (300 miles north of Adelaide) – an ancient seabed that has been sculptured by millions of years of rain into a fractured oasis of deep gullies covered with ancient casuarinas and cypress pines. 

  • Tswalu Kalahari Reserve

    If you're after an intimate safari where you will find yourself off the beaten track without another game viewer in sight, then Tswalu is perfect for you.

  • Ol Donyo Lodge

    ol Donyo Lodge – a Turquoise favourite - offers an exclusive, eclectic safari experience, rich in history and conservation. It lies in the spectacular Chyulu Hills in south-east Kenya, in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Vahine Island, Tahiti

Just a stone’s throw from the island of Taha’a, in Tahiti’s idyllic Society Islands, this barefoot luxury escape hugs the white sands and coconut groves of Motu Tu Vahine (Island of the Woman) at the edge of a picture perfect turquoise lagoon. A scenic boat ride from nearby Raiatea, Vahine Island is an intimate hideaway for only a handful of guests in its 9 heavenly villas, 3 of which sit over the lagoon on stilts.  This is paradise found!

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Vahine Island, Tahiti

Just a stone’s throw from the island of Taha’a, in Tahiti’s idyllic Society Islands, this barefoot luxury escape hugs the white sands and coconut groves of Motu Tu Vahine (Island of the Woman) at the edge of a picture perfect turquoise lagoon. A scenic boat ride from nearby Raiatea, Vahine Island is an intimate hideaway for only a handful of guests in its 9 heavenly villas, 3 of which sit over the lagoon on stilts.  This is paradise found!