Traveling with kids in Panama is safe, fun, and educational.
Updated: Apr 24
Do you know what international day it is today? Right, me neither or that is, until it is celebrated on social media feeds. I am always a day behind on these but I promise to get better. Anyways, just a couple of days ago it was World Children's Day. Normally this would not be something we celebrate because our children all have 4 legs and beautiful tails. Meet Remo, Oodie, and Tila. And yes, even squirrels have their day!
We built our little Eco Resort here in the jungle of Panama to "Pass on the Stoke" of all that is amazing about this place - the great surf, nature, culture, food, weather, I could go on and on. We are surrounded by awesome here and time has proven that the only way to protect amazing places is to share them, especially with kids.
Mother Nature is brutal and we humans are really tough on her so she, like any mother, fights back with everything she's got. She always needs our help and so we do what we can, right? But, in order to really make a lasting change; protect those turtles, the mangroves, the beaches, all that we hold precious, it falls onto the education of the kids. What's the best way? GET OUT AND PLAY!
So, in the spirit of World Children's Day, we put together this little video to show you how we Pass on the Stoke to our younger guests. If they are able to experience the greatness of nature, culture, and adventure in places like Morrillo, they can help us protect it and other great places like it.
We know you are worried about traveling but we also know you will be needing a break this winter so, let's chat. We got you.
Your Friends in Morrillo,
Cari and Ryan Mackey
Owners and Hosts
Morrillo Beach Eco Resort
PS: Today is Cranberry Relish Day. See, i'm already improving!