Joali Maldives Kids’ Summer Camp
July 1 – August 31, 2023
The first and only art-immersive resort in the Maldives invites families and young adults on an unforgettable journey of learning and joy.
JOALI Maldives, the first and only art-immersive resort in the Maldives located on Muravandhoo Island in the Raa Atoll, announces its 2023 Kids’ Summer Camp. Fringed by pristine white-sand beaches and brilliant blue waters, JOALI Maldives invites families and young guests to the island for Kids’ Summer Camp, offered July 1 – August 31, 2023, to embark on a journey of learning and joy in a breathtaking setting.
With a commitment to multi-generational immersion into the local landscape, art, and history of the property’s surroundings, the Muramas Kids Club at JOALI provides the unique opportunity for kids to develop a greater understanding of and appreciation for nature, wellness and the true joys of living. With each day bringing new possibilities at the Kids’ Summer Camp, the itinerary will include:
EDUCATION & SUSTAINABILITY:
Kids’ will join JOALI’s resident marine biologist to learn coral reef ecosystems, conservation efforts for the ocean, different marine life species, as well as embark on a dolphin cruise. Sustainable Saturdays will include nature walks to learn about preserving natural habitats, the importance of recycling through arts & crafts, organic gardening and more.
Ceramics, tie-dye, jewelry making and photography will introduce kids to new art forms with the help of JOALI’s resident artists. Not to mention, German artist Maja Rohwetter will virtually immerse young guests in a unique art experience through augmented reality.
Kids will have the opportunity to learn about Maldivian culture through creating the Maldivian flag and discovering what it represents, Dhivehi language classes, cooking up cultural dishes in the kitchen, local island tours to explore the distinct cultures of JOALI Maldives’ neighboring islands, as well as storytelling and traditional performances.
Making their own all natural skincare product, hair tutorials, mini spa day, learning about yoga, and more.
In addition to cooking classes, kids will experience Le Petit Chef, a fun-filled dining experience using cutting-edge 3D Mapping Technology.
SPORTS & GAMES:
Pedal tennis, Maja Rohwetter’s Flying Carpet Experience, beach games and more. While kids enjoy daily activities, parents will enjoy the many luxuries of the 73-villa island such as various innovative dining concepts, JOALI Spa by ESPA, exploring the spectacular sea life, standout destination programming, and more, all with an unwavering dedication to sustainability. With a selection of beach or overwater villas offering one, two, three and four-bedroom options, families will enjoy private pools, dedicated butlers known as “jadugars” (the Maldivian word for “magician”), bicycle rides around the island together, and memories to last a lifetime.
MORE ABOUT JOALI MALDIVES:
Amid the abundant life between the palm trees and sparkling turquoise water sits JOALI Maldives, the very first art-immersive resort in the Maldives. Based on Raa Atoll, one of the largest and deepest atolls in the world, guests can expect brilliant blue waters, a myriad of sea life, and pristine white-sand beaches fringed by gently swaying coconut palms. Each of the 73 villas is the epitome of sustainable glamour and was inspired by individual stories and designed to take the guests on a rich sensory journey. Boasting a lavish range of culinary options, every dish at JOALI, tells a story and every plate becomes a journey, a journey of savours, fragrance, and joy – an art immersive experiential dining. Artisanal amenities, curated in-room bookshelves, thoughtful design and deluxe objects d’art creates an atmosphere of unconventional luxury on the island of joy. Central to the JOALI offering is its exceptional array of art and design which pervades all areas of the resort, while at its epicenter is the JOALI Art Studio & Gallery. A selection of international guest artists will exhibit installations to surprise and delight including London-based Glithero and New York-based Misha Kahn, often working with local artisans to intersect design and sculpture.