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Sweet kids’ club at this oceanfront all-inclusive
If your kids are keen to hang out at kids’ clubs during your all-inclusive vacation in the Riviera Maya, I highly recommend Dreams Tulum for its expansive, Mayan-themed “Explorer’s Club” for children ages 3 to 12. The facility is huge, with an outdoor playset, climbing wall, water-play area, basketball court, foosball table, video games and tons of arts and crafts. The schedule is packed with activities, including building sandcastles, watching big-screen movies at the beach and evening an overnight camp-out. But even if your children aren’t into the kids’ club scene — or you’re traveling with teens — there’s plenty to keep them entertained here, namely three different pools and the ocean, just steps from the spacious rooms. Families can get active in the outdoors with an ocean trampoline, bungee trampoline, bocce, water volleyball, Beach Olympics and many other daily activities.
Tips for Families
Make reservations for the (included) a la carte restaurants as soon as you check-in. Also, check the dress code: some require long pants and collared shirts for men. (The casual buffet does not.)