You’re my eco-hero at the Trump International Beach Resort

What does Donald Trump and kids have in common; well at Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles, Florida; everything.

DALLAS, November 12, 2012 – What does Donald Trump and kids having fun have in common?  At Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles, Florida; everything.

With a program called Planet Kids and a family travel package called, “You’re My Hero” not only is Trump International a hit with children, but it’s all about eco-friendly too.

Located in the exclusive enclave of Sunny Isles Beach, this contemporary Forbes 4-star resort lets imaginations run wild as children save the earth and delve into heroic fantasy lands, while parents enjoy vacation, stress free.

Starting at a rate of $205 per night, the “You’re My Hero” package is based on a two-night-minimum-stay through December 19 and includes deluxe accommodations, however the real draw is the eco-friendly aspect with daily access to Planet Kids, a high-energy club that features a curriculum of “Enviro-Adventure” activities.

There is also an action hero too, better known as Globie in Sunny Isles.

Globie is the friendly, earth-shaped mascot at Miami’s oceanfront Trump International Beach Resort and for kids, he is the main draw for the “You’re My Hero” travel package experience.

Overall, Planet Kids is an exclusive and unique program designed just for kids offering activity programs that have been designed just for children to have fun in the many cultural and educational environments South Florida offers.

For ages four to 12, Planet Kids’ interactive program with an “Enviro-Adventures” themed curriculum is available every day from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Trump International Beach Resort.

Admission is complimentary for hotel guests with the exception of meals and art fees. In the event of rain or inclement weather, Planet Kids also offers creative and fun indoor programs too.

So what does the eco-friendly curriculum offer?

Planet Kids offers the innovative program, where fun activities lead to self-discovery and connect children with the world around them. Children have the chance to explore all aspects of the environment, both external and internal, as well as their role in preserving it. Every Enviro-Adventures theme includes activities that focus on the whole child with meaningful play in the areas of art, fitness fun, teambuilding and sports basically called “Play with Purpose.”   

An Eco-Friendly Fun Program

Children enjoy exploring the environment and the important part they play in preserving and protecting it.  Whether collecting items on the beach to create a work of art or playing a game of “Oil Spill Clean Up” Planet Kids means making memories while learning how to make a difference.

Wonders of the Ocean

It is here that children can explore marine life and learn about the impact the ocean has on their lives, as well as ways it can be protected.  Activities include games and books that explore endangered animals.  Experiments and games also allow children a chance to look at pollutants that affect the sea and the life in it.  The children even have the opportunity to explore their creative side when they turn beach pollution into art. 

Beach Brigade

Children enjoy sand explorations where they learn how sand is made and conduct experiments with various types of sand found along different areas of the beach. Children are also able to take part in sand castle creations, scavenger hunts, obstacle courses and cooperative games.

Super People Powers

Planet Kids also explores the abilities of the human body, as well as the amazing ability to preserve the environment. Campers will discover the human senses as well as how the internal environment of the body works. Super People Powers will not only amaze campers at how cool they really are, but the program also explores how to stay healthy and be the best “Super People” kid possible.

About Globie

Globie is “blue, green and round all over” and is the Trump International Beach Resort’s green-initiative ambassador making regular appearances at the resort while interacting with guests.  More than anything however, Globie is all about taking an active role in the kid’s program at the resort teaching the little ones about marine life, keeping the earth clean and protecting the environment.

For more information on Planet Kids call 305.692.5681 and for reservations at Trump International Beach Resort call 1.877.567.1307 or visit www.TrumpMiami.com.

 

Rita Cook is a writer/editor with has over 1000 articles to her credit in the past 13-plus years. She is a frequent auto and travel contributor on a radio show in Los Angeles called Insider Mag Radio at KPRO 1570 am on from midnight to 12:30 a.m. Monday mornings. 

She also contributes travel and auto to the Anthony Duva show, which can be heard live from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST every Sunday at www.unregularradio.com

Cook is a member of the Texas Auto Writer’s Association, writes for the Dallas Morning News Green Living Section as well as artist profiles and www.greensourceDFW and spends much of her time on the road traveling or working on books.

She recently received the 2012 Green Media Award from the North Texas Corporate Recycling Association.

Her latest book releases are both “Haunted Dallas” and “Haunted Fort Worth” from www.historypress.net. Her third book in the Haunted Series will be released in October “Haunted Bartlesville, Oklahoma.”  Follow Cook at Twitter at @ritacook13. 


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Rita Cook is a writer/editor with over 1000 articles to her credit in the past 10-plus years. She is the co-host of a radio show in Los Angeles; Insider Mag Radio at KPRO 1570 am and is on from midnight to 12:30 a.m. Monday mornings.  Cook is a member of the Texas Auto Writer’s Association and also writes an eco-friendly column for the Dallas Morning News.

 

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