02/06/2021

Four Seasons Resort Nevis invites travellers to spend the summer ont the shores of Pinney's beach with a new sea turtle camp back package

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Sleep away camp takes on new meaning with exclusive, family-friendly experiences inspired by the Resort’s long-standing sea turtle conservation efforts

From June to October, the beaches of Nevis come alive with the scurrying of one of nature's most beloved animals, the sea turtle as they come ashore to nest. This summer, Four Seasons Resort Nevis is inviting families and nature lovers to join in the splendour of nesting season with the Sea Turtle Summer Camp package. Through this exclusive offer, guests can embrace and learn from the world around them: from exploring the marine life, flora and fauna of Nevis to educational discovery and creative activities designed in partnership with the Sea Turtle Conservancy (STC).

Summer Camp Experience

The special Sea Turtle Summer Camp offers guests who stay for seven nights or more the opportunity to enjoy an inclusive experience that incorporates a variety of family friendly activities, including: daily marine biology classes and sea turtle-themed arts and crafts experiences; guided nature walks and beach clean-ups; marine-themed dinner and movie nights; family land sports activities, such as eco-bio golf; private beach cottage or pool cabana access; sea turtle-inspired baking classes; golf cart, greens fees and club rentals; make-your-own essential oil or scrub classes at the Spa; and private airport transfers for the whole family.

And because every summer camp experience is enhanced with a summer soundtrack, the Resort has partnered with BELLOSOUND to create a fun, family friendly Spotify playlist for guests on property and at home to enjoy.

Sea Turtle Adoption Kit

Guests who book the Sea Turtle Summer Camp package will receive a Sea Turtle Adoption Kit from the Sea Turtle Conservancy that includes a personalised adoption certificate, a Sea Turtle Conservation Guide, a membership window cling, a sea turtle sticker and bookmark, a hatchling magnet, and a one-year subscription to the Conservancy’s membership publication, all in a keepsake sea turtle folder.

Additionally, Four Seasons Resort Nevis is happy to make a USD 50 donation per booking to the organisation. Through this turtle adoption and donation, the Resort and its guests are supporting the STC’s important work on behalf of these amazing animals.

Sea Turtle Conservancy

Four Seasons Resort Nevis is dedicated to the conservation sea turtles that inhabit the waters of Nevis and nest on its beautiful beaches. For more than a decade, the Resort has partnered with the Sea Turtle Conservancy to support cutting edge research and education that contributes to the long-term protection and recovery of endangered sea turtles that call Nevis home.

“One of the most fascinating aspects of the STC’s work is ongoing research to study the migratory movements of ‘critically endangered’ hawksbill sea turtles after they nest in Nevis,” says David Godfrey, Executive Director of the Sea Turtle Conservancy. “Each year, the partnership between Four Seasons Resort Nevis and the STC aims to educate and create awareness about the protection of these beautiful sea creatures through a joint program that helps researchers study the migration patterns of the endangered species that nest on Nevis' beaches.”

Three species of sea turtles nest on the shores of Nevis: the hawksbill, the leatherback and the green turtle. These majestic creatures journey hundreds of miles each nesting season to return to the same place where they were hatched and, under the glow of the moonlight, lay the next generation of sea turtles that will one day make the same journey. With only one in 1,000 to 10,000 baby sea turtles surviving to adulthood, the sea turtle conservation program needs to continue tracking and protecting these animals for future generations. To follow the tagged sea turtles, visit ConserveTurtles.org.

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