The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. has announced the launch of the new program targeted at youngest visitors. The program is organized together with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society.
The program is intended for children aged 4 to 12. The main aim of the new initiative of Ritz-Carlton is to help children explore the outside world. The program is based on several main themes. “Water” is a part of the program that will show little visitors the importance of sea life and health. With “Land” aspect children will be taught to be more creative and will be encouraged to explore new things. “Culture” is the part of the program where children will be able to learn local cuisine; find out more about local cuisine, music, history and art. Finally, “Environmental responsibility” theme will teach little visitors to be more careful about our planet and its future.
Especially for its young guests, Ritz-Carlton has prepared various activities that will certainly entertain children and help them learn much new. They can search for indigenous wild birds, walk in gardens, play various games and learn about animals and types of fish. The cultural aspect of the program includes information about local myths, legends, and other interesting tales.
Children are naturally curious, they love to discover various things and learn something new. Kids are small scientists who constantly ask questions, and Ritz-Carlton hopes to make a true small adventure that children will remember and treasure.