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Children help us to connect with our more tender side. They are clever, innocent, fun and grow up so quickly! At Bahia Principe we want to make your stay with your little ones the most unforgettable ever. With this in mind, we will be celebrating International Children’s Rights Day on 20th November in order to promote and spread awareness for the need to work hard, on a daily basis, for children’s wellbeing and development.
With the aim of re-establishing the importance of preserving and protecting children’s rights, we would like to invite all our guests and employees to take part in this symbolic day at our resorts in Tenerife and the Caribbean.
Your little ones are guaranteed to have a good time on this very special day. Amongst the different proposals we have planned at our hotels, we will be offering fun games and activities for children to take part in so they feel like the stars of the show. There will be lots of music, festivities and fun times to remember that the happiness and education of our children, and of all children, is a fundamental part of guaranteeing them a better future.
In addition to this, we will be giving our employees’ children a delicious mid-morning snack in some destinations, whilst they enjoy all the surprises, entertainment and music we have exclusively planned for them.
We understand the importance of defending and disseminating children’s rights being that there are lots of vulnerable children in many different countries. For this reason, the games and activities will be focused on making a placard aimed to inform and educate children on their rights. These are: the right to life, health, protection, education, identity, quality information, leisure, freedom of expression, privacy and freedom of association.
Although there still remains a lot of work to do, we will carry on defending the fundamental rights of children at Bahia Principe in an initiative aimed at creating a better world where children grow up in suitable environments, with better conditions for their families and better education so that they can achieve everything they want to achieve.