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Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita is a Teen Traveller’s Dream

   
Punta Mita, México

The prospect of spending a family vacation far from friends back home might not be top of a teen’s wish list – except of course when the destination is Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita.

Recognising that teens want the freedom to do their own thing, the Resort offers a variety of opportunities for older children and young adults to explore on their own, meet new friends or just chill out while also enjoying time with the rest of the family.

The fun starts on the Resort’s beaches, where teens can hit the waves on a kayak, join impromptu volleyball or Frisbee games, or laze in the swinging basket chairs and daybeds around The Shack beach bar while their younger siblings spend time at the complimentary Kids for All Seasons facility. Tropicsurf also offers surf coaching and excursions for teens.

For many teens, the Nunutzi Games Room is a favoured hang out.  With 223 square metres (2,400 square feet) of play space filled with PlayStation consoles, Wii, Xbox, Guitar Hero and more, it’s been known to attract an adult or two as well.  Nunutzi also features a card table, ping pong, air hockey and foosball.  Really into the game?  Complimentary healthy snacks are at the ready all day, along with refreshing non-alcoholic drinks.

For active kids, there are tennis clinics and golf lessons, with the opportunity to play the Resort’s two Jack Nicklaus-designed courses. And who doesn’t want to be pampered?  Younger guests over the age of 12 can indulge in treatments, including special mani-pedis for teens, at the Apuane Spa, as long as those under 18 are accompanied by an adult.

And for those who simply cannot survive without regular contact with the outside world, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita offers free Wi-Fi for up to four devices.  This basic service is enough to keep up with email and social media accounts in most areas of the Resort, and premium service is also available at a fee to play games and watch movies.

With all this and more, the biggest challenge for parents might be getting them back to the airport to go home!