The Pirate Kids Club has a focus on families and providing parents peace of mind while they relax by the pool or on the beach. Our program offers planned daily fun-filled and educational options for kids ages 4-11 visiting Roatan.
We created the Pirate Kids’ Club to offer special activities such as our Recycled Arts and Craft Reef competition where children create their idea of the reef made out of recycled materials and our snorkel adventure where kids learn and identify marine life. At Mayan Princess, we understand the importance for kids to interact with the world around them while creating lifelong memories.
Our goal is for kids to be exposed to a variety of activities in a safe environment that encourages curiosity and participation. A typical Kids Club day includes a morning of outside activities such as supervised pool time, and sandcastle building on the beach, making Playdough, and a cooking class in the afternoon.
We understand that sending your child to a Kids Club might be a big step for some families, so we have enclosed our brochure outlining the best practices employed in our Kids Club environment and are available to answer questions prior to booking.
Please bring your child prepared and ready for the beach:
We want every child to have fun and gain exposure and perspective about the culture and beauty of Roatan. Our Kids Club Staff may adapt activities to best suit the age of participants on any given day, while children may be divided into age groups or mixed so older ones buddy with the young ones.
Natalie Allbee, 29 from Houston, Texas has a Hospitality Degree from the Conrad Hilton at the University of Houston. She has many years working with children throughout college as a camp leader at her local church, coaching and volunteering in local soccer programs, as an Au Pair in San Francisco, and her work here on the island. Natalie has been in Roatan for almost 5 years and is very active in our community. In her free time she works closely with local non-profit organizations, Rise Up Roatan and Roatan Peer Health Exchange, developing lesson plans, teaching English, life skills, and sexual education to children of all ages. Her passion for teaching and children has lead to continuing her education, as she is currently studying to peruse a Masters in Education for English as a Foreign Language.
Julia Colindres, 27 years old from Tegucigalpa, Honduras was an intern in International Relations at the Catholic University of Honduras. Julia did her professional practice with autistic children, which motivated her to continue her passion for working with kids. She has been living on the island of Roatan for three years, which has inspired her creativity and personal projects. In her spare time, she creates her own clothing and jewelry collections. Her imagination and creativity have inspired projects within our program. Julias experience makes her an important part of our team at the Pirate Kids Club.
We expect kids to act respectfully at all times when they are on our property or participating in our programs. Children are to behave in a mature, responsible way and respect the rights and dignity of others.
When a child does not follow the behavior guidelines, we will take the following action steps as behavior problems progress.
Refusing to follow behavior guidelines or rules
Physical violence or bullying toward another child or staff member will result in immediate dismissal from the Kids Club program.