Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji has announced the debut of its “School Under The Sea Program,” an experiential travel offering focused on learning, exploration and immersion into Fijian culture.
Young guests at the hotel will enjoy a vacation filled with snorkeling, beachside walks, island excursions and a rainforest hike.
School Under The Sea introduces children ages six to 12 to the natural environment and Fijian cultural heritage through the eyes of the resort’s marine biologists. School Under The Sea operates daily, with morning, afternoon and evening sessions. Parents can enjoy activities on their own, confident that their children are enjoying everything that School Under The Sea has to offer and are well taken care of.
Kids explore the realms of an alternative sustainable future. The goal of School Under The Sea is to expand the children’s horizons and help them better understand and appreciate the world around them while learning how they can conserve and protect it.
Children can join in a wide-ranging program of fun and stimulating activities every day and also learn about the Fijian culture. Daily activities include coral planting; snorkeling; mangrove adventures; rainforest and waterfall excursions; a visit to a local Fijian school; arts and crafts; a treasure hunt; educational presentations and movies.
“A fantastic family vacation is the cornerstone for a lifetime of amazing memories,” said Bart Simpson, general manager of Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji, in a written release. “With the new School Under the Sea program, we hope to make holiday decision-making easy for families by providing them with new and exciting programs while at the same time offering them luxury accommodations, world-class dining, and an unforgettable personal experience that is derived from the natural beauty of the island, and the warmth of the staff.”
In addition to School Under The Sea, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort offers the Bula Club for Kids, a complimentary children’s program featuring fun, exploration, educational games, and all kinds of vacation activities that encourage kids to discover the world around them, available from 8:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. each day.
This story was originally published on www.travelagentcentral.com.