EXPERT LED EXCURSIONS IN MAUI
Dive into the magnificent coral reefs surrounding the coast of Maui at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua and capture the moment forever on an underwater photography snorkeling session.
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NATURAL WONDERS IN GRAND CAYMAN
Find a living laboratory where guests can explore communities of fish, sea vegetables, shore life and learn about the relationship between land and sea. Perfect for families and groups.
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Underwater Beauties
Exploring their numerous shapes and colors, we discover the sophisticated and purposeful design of many beautiful fish and how these features play important roles.
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Mangrove Dinosaur Wonderland
Discover our resident population of living dinosaurs in St. Thomas - Iguanas. Participate in the iguana feeding activity and learn about these relics from the age of dinosaurs.
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  • Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment

Plan Meaningful Stays, Build Sustainable Futures

We are proud to partner with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment program to provide our guests the opportunity to learn more about the diverse ecosystems and cultural traditions that exist around our hotels and resorts. Whether traveling as a couple, family or group, these exciting eco-adventures are designed for kids and adults alike. Join our experts for an intimate hike through the rainforests of Hawaii or help gather wild plants to feed the endangered Blue Iguana. Through exploration and active study, each unique program strives to foster a greater understanding of local habitats and their connection to the larger global system.

Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment program also offers a range of environmental activities for guests of all ages with trained naturalists. Become an organic garden guru in Dorado Beach. Explore the Mangrove Lagoon in St. Thomas. Snorkel among Maui’s beautiful coral reefs and participate in underwater photography sessions. Or experience unique Caribbean eco-tours in Grand Cayman where the islands’ ecological resources become a natural classroom and living laboratory in which adults, families and kids learn while having so much fun, they’ll never imagine it’s educational.