The couple and their kids spend the holiday at an animal preserve in Africa

By Marla Lehner
December 28, 2010 02:35 PM

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have made good on their word to have an adventure over the holidays.

The couple and their six children spent the last week or so – including Christmas – in the African country of Namibia.

The famous clan have been staying at the Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary and Lodge. The animal preserve is run by Dr. Rudie van Vuuren, a physician, cricket player and conservationist; his wife, Marlice, also a conservationist; and their son Zacheo.

Pitt, 47, and Jolie, 35, and daughters Shiloh, 4, and Zahara, 5, are pictured with their host family and other pals.

This is not the first time the globetrotting Jolie-Pitts have been to Namibia: Shiloh was born in the country in May of 2006.