Children Learn About Environment While on Vacation in Mexico

Children can release baby turtles into the sea with a biologist, plant flowers in the gardens, cook with organic products, and create art from recycled materials at Grand Velas Resort Riviera Nayarit in Mexico.

The property just unveiled a new menu of “Go Green” activities in the Grand Kids Club program. Created in honor of Earth Day 2010, which marks the 40th Anniversary of the internationally-celebrated holiday, other activities range from painting with environmentally-friendly materials to learning about food composting.

Upon completion of the Go Green program, children receive special recognition certificates and “Green Kid” t-shirts and are thanked for their help in conserving the habitat of beautiful Riviera Nayarit while proud parents stand by. All artwork will be displayed on the Kids Club “Go Green Wall”. The Grand Kids Club program is complimentary to children ages four to 12 and open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Visit www.grandvelas.com.
 

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