Safari Quest allows you to explore new worlds all from the safety of your car 1 month ago

Safari Quest allows you to explore new worlds all from the safety of your car

This sounds amazing!

With many family friendly events being cancelled across the country, many parents, myself included, have been left wondering if there will be anything left to do with the kids?

Luckily there is!

Introducing Safari Quest, a new self-drive experience over 700 acres at the five-star Palmerstown House Estate, Kildare.

Families will be transported on a journey through fantastical worlds of weird and wonderful creatures from the October Bank Holiday Weekend until the end of November.

Safari Quest is from the same people that created Wonderlights last year, which I attended and was absolutely blown away by, so I will definitely be buying a pass for this.

Before arriving at Safari Quest, families will download the interactive app where they can choose a team name and photo.

Each family will assign a driver, navigator and quest members who will have different responsibilities during the adventure from driving the route to managing the app and looking out for the magical clues.

The fantastic Safari Quest guide, Billy Brave will lead you through the magical worlds and prompt you to look out for clues, answer the questions correctly to unlock the next world.

Families can book their preferred time slot and upon arrival follow the lead Safari vehicle in a convoy to complete the hour-long journey.

Unravel the mysteries and return as heroes, each family will receive a Scroll of Victory via the app once they have succeeded.

Given that many Halloween based events won't be going ahead this year I think this is a great event to take part in with the kids.

Cars including up to five people are from €65 each and tickets for six to eight guests are priced from €75 plus booking fees.

Tickets are available via the Safari Quest website www.safariquest.ie.