Hilton launches new swimming programme for kids

Classes introduce little ones to the basics of the sport

Hilton launches new swimming programme for kids

Hilton Dubai the Walk and Swimming Wonders UAE are hosting swimming classes for kids www.timeoutdubai.com/kids aged zero to three years old to introduce them to the basics and boost water confidence.

Mums and dads can join too and spend some quality bonding time with their little ones. Sessions take place on Sundays and Thursdays between 9am and 11a, and are split by age group.

After the 30-minute classes, families can spend the day at Wavebreaker Beach Club for more fun in the sun.

Mums and mums-to-be, don’t miss Wavebreaker’s Baby Pop-Up Market, taking place on Friday March 22 and Saturday March 23 – and it’s free entry for all.

Whether you fancy a swim, some shopping or a good meal, the Baby Pop-Up Market will feature stalls stocked with artisan crafts, fashionable clothing, kids’ fashion and handmade toys and beauty products.

Plus, there will be plenty of food and snacks on offer, as well as kid-friendly activities such as face painting, play dough fun, bubble paint and slime workshops.

Mums can relax and unwind with free yoga by the beach and spend the rest of the day dipping their toes in the sand on the private stretch.

It’s also a good time to try Wavebreaker’s new selection of vegan dishes including mixed quinoa salad with butternut squash, mini pita pocket falafel sandwiches and more.

Time to work on those strokes.
Dhs525 (five-week course). Mon Apr 1 onwards, Sun and Thu 9am-11am. Swimming Wonders, Hilton Dubai The Walk, Al Mamsha (055 503 4757).

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