Travel is something divers are passionate about – no matter what their skill level. Visiting a new city our country, trying the native cuisine, and exploring local waters is the carrot at the end of a forty hour (or more) work week month in and month out. But if you’re a diver with a family, going on an exotic scuba holiday isn’t always the easiest thing. Besides the preparation, it can be a challenge to find activities every family member could enjoy.
Kids Sea Camp has been providing unforgettable scuba vacations to divers and their families for years at destinations around the world. The program is open to all levels whether your family already loves diving, or if someone is ready to take the plunge for the first time. Kids of all age and experience levels hang out together while adults get some solo time.
At the end of the day, everyone comes together to share their adventures. Kids who are old enough can dive, others can snorkel or simply spend the day doing fun activities that teach them about the underwater world. Read one proud dad’s experience at Kids Sea Camp in Grand Cayman.
Kids Sea Camp recently added a new location: Anse Chastanet in St Lucia. With beautiful reefs and perfect conditions all year long, it’s a great spot for a family trip. While the diving locations are breathtaking, there is plenty to do out of the water as well. Learn more at the Kids Sea Camp website