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FOCUS ON: KIDS’ CLUBS GAME ON


Kids’ clubs are a fi rm focus of hotels in the Caribbean – and many are free. From kayaking and crafts to spa treatments for teens and steel pan playing, kids can expect hours of fun while mums and dads relax. It’s not just about fun. Emphasis is placed on the environment, conservation and nature through learning and play – and local school children are benefi ting too.


FOCUS ON: FUN ATTRACTIONS DISCOVER


It’s easy to get up close to nature. Swim with turtles in The Bahamas and giant mantarays in St. Maarten and mingle with rock iguanas at Little Water Cay


in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Watch tiny organisms glow at Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent Mosquito Bay on moonless nights and escape the heat at the stalactite-covered Harrisons Cave, Barbados. Hang loose on a zip-line in the rainforests of Antigua, Dominica, Belize, Puerto Rico and Jamaica.


FOCUS ON: FAMILY COOKERY CLASS SUGAR & SPICE Spice up your holiday with a cookery class on


Grenada and explore the Spice Island’s culinary heritage. The Mount Cinnamon Resort is


offering cookery master-classes at sister property, Mount Edgecombe, a 17th century working plantation, which supplies the spices and vegetables. Choose from day- long master-classes or a seven-night Spice Tour to learn how the island’s ingredients play a key part in cooking.


Our Tours Tram Tour


Scenic Gully Tour


Eco-Adventure Tour Walk-In Cave Tour


Educational Tours


Junior Explorer Bat Programme Junior Explorer Tour


Welchman Hall, St.Thomas | Tel: (246) 417-3700 | Fax: (246) 417-3709


Email: reservations@harrisonscave.com | Website: www.harrisonscave.com /HarrisonsCaveBarbados @HarrisonsCave


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