The Mayakoba Resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico is launching a new day-long experience for kids based off the popular adventure novel series “The Hunger Games” and its movies. This spring, kids ages 12 to 17 can take part in The Mayakoba Games’ camp-style activities as part of the resort’s Camp Mayakoba Yucatan Rangers kid’s offering. Each child will represent a district and compete in outdoor activities where points are tracked throughout the day. At the end of the day’s festivities, a victor will be crowned, however, every child will receive a Mayakoba Yucatan Jay for participating. Just like the novel and film’s protagonist Katniss Everdeen, kids will learn archery, in addition to playing paddle tennis as they would in the Capitol and racing kayaks on the Mayakoba waterways. Rates start at $98 per child for The Mayakoba Games, and include lunch in the Koba golf club house and ice cream and “The Hunger Games” trivia at the El Pueblito event venue. The Mayakoba Games will be offered throughout 2016.
Mayakoba is an eco-friendly resort development in Mexico that is home to three luxury hotels—Fairmont Mayakoba, Rosewood Mayakoba and Banyan Tree Mayakoba. Surrounded by nature, the complex features six miles of freshwater lagoons, pools and white sand beaches, as well as an 18-hole Greg Norman-designed golf course. For more information, visit mayakoba.com.