The most logical thing to do, of course, is to lie down on one of them beach-front lounging chairs, get a tan, order some drinks, swim a bit, build a sand castle, read a book, and generally just waste the day away. That’s what beach-bumming families do. You can do that, of course, but the more go-getter of families need not worry about running out of things to do at Maribago.
Maribago offers all sorts of water contraptions that would get you speeding and skimming over the ocean from waverunners and jetskis to aquabikes and banana boats. If you want to go into the deep, they’ve got snorkeling and diving excursions as well. If you want to be romantic, arrange for a tour of outlying islands and have picnic at an isolated cove. If you’re all stressed out, check in at the Amuma Spa and experience the relaxing and healing powers of massage. Don’t worry as babysitting services are available.
But you won’t be having problems with the kids anyway. Kids love the water and, apart form the beach the resort also has two lagoon-shaped swimming pools and the Marine Wildlife Lagoon, where they can feed black tip reef sharks at 4 p.m. At night, take the whole family to the Sunset Cove Live Seafood Restaurant, dine on the freshest catch, and reminisce about the day’s many adventures.
More on my next blog....