Tony and Renée in the Maldives

Empty nesters in the Maldives Hi Tom and Margo, We see your mom is doing well and are so happy about that. Renee and I have been on the move since getting off the Carpe Nove but we have a little downtime at the airport in Bangkok and wanted to drop you a line. While you guys were sorely missed I do have to tell you what a treat it was for Renee and me to get to know Josh. He contacted when he landed in Male and we met...[ read more ]

Screws & Hammers in the Galapagos

A few screws and a heap of hammers diving after spinal surgery in the Galapagos The Galapagos - my parents had been talking about diving in the Galapagos since before I was born. As a child it was the "holy grail". I always heard "When you are old enough, we will go as a family to Galapagos." The plan was to go with Kids Sea Camp in the summer of 2018, when both myself and my sister (ages 16 & 15) would be old enough to enjoy the challenge of the...[ read more ]

Go For It at Kids Sea Camp

Go For It in the Philippines by Betsy Royal with Carolyn Pascal After a few adult beverages at my friend Carolyn's daughter Melissa's wedding, our mutual friend Margo suggested we join her on an upcoming Kids Sea Camp trip to the Philippines. She loved it there, and so would we, she said.  Thrilled to be spending time at a happy celebration with friends, it was one of those offers that I just could not refuse. Seriously, WHY NOT? That is how Carolyn and I proceeded in our conversations. We could think...[ read more ]

Diving in the Cayman Islands

The Cayman with Kids Sea Camp was awesome Melanie (16-year-old): Diving in The Cayman Islands, both Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, gave me the opportunity to experience and explore the unknown. The underwater landscapes and astonishing creatures provided a breathtaking view. One amazing sight that we encountered while diving was an old shipwreck. Within the walls and portholes of the ship inhabited many different organisms using the wreck as protection and shelter. Seeing this wonderful sight taught me that a ship that sinks in a tragedy can create a beautifully sacred...[ read more ]

Moments that last a lifetime in Cayman Brac

Kids Sea Camp making a lifetime of memories in a Cayman Brac Cayman Brac Reef Resort 2018: Sharing moments of dazzling Caribbean sunsets, salty sea breezes and night skies brimming with stars bring me a nostalgia found only in the best of memories.  These memories are of my first Kids Sea Camp adventure spent in Cayman Brac.  Every day was spent to its fullest, and every moment was full of friendship, adventure, and peace of mind.  The underwater world is filled with silence, mystery, and grace.  Throughout my first ocean dives, I found...[ read more ]

Perfection is easily desired but rarely achieved on vacation

Palau KSC a perfect vacation for kids and adults Dear Margo, I rarely write letters of recommendation, I hate the constant solicitation from Amazon to write reviews, but it is with great pleasure that I write this note to you. First, thank you for sharing your wonderful husband with us here in Palau, especially at this time. He is warm and generous and made our first days at Palau Kid’s Sea Camp a very pleasant affair. I have rarely seen so many people work so hard to make a vacation work well for...[ read more ]

Top 10 list for world’s favorite family experience 2018

Kids Sea Camp is top 10 in world  Kids Sea Camp client comments sent to Scuba Diving Magazine Top 10 list of Worlds Best for their favorite family experience 2018 readers choice awards. A family experience like no other. Amazing to see teenagers sharing their experiences with other young divers. As a dive instructor, I have certified many boy scouts destined to go to sea camp. They do an amazing job educating kids and their families. They are absolutely an amazing outfit for dive travel, second to none, and I...[ read more ]

Jane’s Palau Journal

Palau November 2009, Thanksgiving Kids Sea Camp journal Jane Colon-Bonet’s Adventure Journal created during her Kids Sea Camp trip in Palau of 2009. November 20 & 21, 2009 (Friday and Saturday- crossing international date line) The flight seemed to last an eternity. 20 hours from Denver and four flights later we finally arrived in Palau.   Even though it was 10 pm Palauan time we were greeted by some native girls and boys dressed in native attire. They placed lays on us made of local flowers interlaced in palm fronds.   It...[ read more ]

A decade of excellence

Kids Sea Camp creates decade of growth for family The Wakely family have done over 20 Kids Sea Camp trips in the past decade. This is a short note expressing their joy in the diving skills in their family.  Dear Margo and Tom, We’re here in Maui – and it is absolutely stunning and magnificent. We’ve done a couple of dives – the lava tubes of Lanai (stunning), just amazing – and saw so much life, so much colour, dolphins on the way home in their hundreds, and whales –...[ read more ]

A diving family, Thank you mom!

How Kids Sea Camp changed my life By Robbie Peyton  1. I loved traveling with my mom and being apart of Kids Sea Camp!  It kept me far away from TV the nd video games for most of the summer, and I made friends in many countries around the world. I’ve kept in touch with most of them through Facebook, and some have become my closest friends. Growing up at Kids Sea Camp (KSC) has shaped my life in so many ways and contributed to who I am today. I enjoy diving with...[ read more ]