Summer is heating up and so are the kid-friendly summer programs from LDPR’s clients! We’ve rounded up some of our favorites from resorts, hotels and cruise operators around the world with school officially out for the summer.
Curtain Bluff, Antigua
Curtain Bluff recently introduced its first free full-time kids camp (CeeBee Camp), offering the littles ones additional activities (all included!). CeeBee is centered around a shaded “basecamp” down on the calm-water beach, with activities ranging from chocolate-making to crab races, mocktail lessons at the bar to designing wind chimes.
Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club, Brewster, MA
Ocean Edge Resort offers the ultimate family biking vacation on Cape Cod with new customized cruisers, perfect for tackling the car-free, relatively flat 26-mile Cape Cod Bike & Rail Trail. As the family mecca on the Cape, Ocean Edge also offers everything from outdoor and indoor swimming pools and 9 tennis courts to stand up paddle boarding and s’mores campfires on the private beach.
Frenchman’s Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort, St. Thomas, USVI
Frenchman’s Reef recently announced a great initiative for families looking to unplug and parents longing to take back vacation with the “Teen No-Tech Challenge.” Teens pledge to turn off their phones, tablets, iPads, etc. and explore island-life outdoor activities, including stand up paddle boarding, sailing, swimming with turtles, night kayaking and more.
Abercrombie & Kent, Family Departures
The world is your classroom with Abercrombie & Kent’s family journeys. Children “learn by doing” with A&K’s expert guides on unique cultural experiences that include dog sledding in Alaska; competing in a Roman Gladiator school; kayaking with sea lions in the Galapagos; tracking the “big five” in the Serengeti; or exploring the Forbidden City in China. Each A&K itinerary offers a hands-on experience for the young explorer in your life.
Atlantis: Cartoon Network
This is Atlantis’ fourth year partnering with the TV network. Cartoon Network at Atlantis features an Adventure Time–themed obstacle course (9,000 square feet of inflatable frenzy over Paradise Lagoon), character parades in Marina Village, red carpet episode premieres, special Screen on the Green cartoon screenings at Dolphin Cay, and, of course, special Cartoon Network-themed programming at Atlantis Kids Adventures club (AKA). http://www.atlantis.com/promotions/cartoonnetwork.aspx
Grande Lakes, Orlando
The Ritz-Carlton Orlando is bringing the fun indoors with their In Room Camping experience! Available to guests staying in the executive suites, the experience includes one premium tent per suite, complete with (per child): (double featherbed with double sheet, waffle blanket and pillow, battery-operated lantern, Florida-themed children’s book, alligator stuffed animal, Ritz-Carlton tent delivery and set up.