ATLANTIS THE MOST FUN FOR KIDS ON PASSOVER

Sunday, December 17, 2017

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If you have kids or are a kid at heart, I don&rsquot think there is any place for hesitation &ndash you want to go away for a Glatt Kosher Passover Retreat, and you want to have oodles of fun. You don&rsquot go shopping much nor have the patience to stand around on a golf course with your caddy &ndash not you. Not I for that matter, but that&rsquos another story. So, you have a luxury retreat choice where can experience the magical Aquaventure Water Park, where you have 63 million acres of waterscape, the largest water themed attraction in the world. There are water slides, a mile-long river ride with wave surges and high intensity rapids.  There is also an incredible underwater adventure called the Dig, consisting of a maze of corridors through a brilliant (and high tech) reconstruction of the ancient Atlantis.

The resort is enormous, has the largest open air marine habitat in the entire world.  I&rsquod say it&rsquos a done deal. There is so much to do and see every day.  Being in the Atlantis feels like nothing else.  A child that has seen everything, has been everywhere will suddenly awaken to the excitement of spending Passover in a dreamy family rated sci-fi movie. Atlantis is an ocean themed 141-acre waterscape on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.  It has 20 million gallons of both salt and fresh water and is home to an incredible variety of sea life. There are dolphins you can swim with, a variety of turtles and seals, thousands of diverse types of fish with colors and shapes so stunning that both you and your children will be awe-struck.

For a child of any age, I can hardly imagine a Passover retreat more exciting than the luxury gourmet Glatt Kosher for Passover retreat offered by Kosherica.

I would not be surprised if your child would be so impressed by the sublime marine life and daily exposure to it that they&rsquod seriously consider a career as a Marine Biologist.

One could do worse&hellip





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