The St. Regis Saadiyat Island to host children's summer camp

Weekly and daily passes will be available for children aged four to 12 years from July 7 to August 31

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The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort Abu Dhabi' s children's club Sandcastle will run a summer camp from July 7 to August 31, 2019.

Open to children from four to 12 years of age, the summer camp will be organised and run by certified and trained staff who will host a selection of activities, including art and craft, dancing, competitive games, and indoor and outdoor activities. 

The activities will be split into two age appropriate levels - "juniors" aged four to seven years and "seniors" aged eight to 12. 

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Parents can choose from flexible daily or weekly packages priced at AED 263 ($71) and AED 1,030 ($280) respectively. The fee includes morning and afternoon snacks and lunch from the children's menu. 

The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort Abu Dhabi general manager Marwan Fadel commented: “With nearly two months off during the hottest time of the year, attending Sandcastle’s creative camp is a great way for children to get outside and enjoy the fresh air, learn new skills and mingle with kids outside their immediate circle.”

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