Well the obvious activity would be to feed the dolphins. However, while dolphins are amazing, I can assume that this activity will quickly become boring for kids.
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So, besides feeding dolphins, what other activities can you do in Monkey Mia?
For starters, you could swim. Of course, swimming is fun, but when it comes to kids this can become a little ‘boring’. [FREE]
You can also snorkel. If you have forgotten your gear, the resort has hire gear, or you can buy a set! [HIRE or PURCHASE FEE]
If you are feeling a little more adventurous you can hire a kayak. This is especially fun for kids because they can row out and see the world from a different view point. Of course, we were advised to wear proper footwear because there can be stone fish near the rocky shoreline. [HIRE FEE]
Then there is tennis. Like most outdoor activities, this can be fun for a while. But when temperatures soar past 45 degrees…playing tennis might not be the best option. [POSSIBLY EQUIPMENT HIRE]
Of course, there is also outdoor chess. This can be a GREAT family game. And, besides moving big pieces, one must tap into strategy. For the younger members, they will learn a new game. [FREE]
If you find the sea just a little to hot to handle, you can swim in the covered pool. We found this to be the perfect spot for a particularly hot day. [FREE TO RESORT OCCUPANTS]
If you are thinking of something just a little more adventurous, you could book a camel ride along the beach. Or, a 4 x 4 tour. And lastly, there are a variety sight seeing tours. [FEES]
And lastly, if love volleyball, there is a beach volley ball net which is just calling for people to play. This is also a great ‘ice breaker’ for kids to meet other kids. And, with the ocean and the pool ~ they have two choices for a ‘quick’ cool down. [FREE ~ POSSIBLE VOLLEY BALL HIRE]
If you stayed at Monkey Mia Resort lately and found another activity which is fun to do for kids and the family, let us know. Please remember this is a family focused blog, so please keep your comments age appropriate.
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