As we feel the impact of COVID-19 on our families, communities, and businesses Iberostar understands that now, more than ever, is the time to care. This is our time to take extra measures to make sure people, nature and the oceans continue to thrive and continue to build resilience. Normally, we welcome you to our hotels worldwide to experience our Wave of Change movement and how we work to protect the oceans. Even though our hotels are currently closed, we still want to bring the ocean to you.
Your response to our Wave of Change movement has been incredibly encouraging, and we are working to ensure that our mission to protect the oceans can still reach you. Whether this is a livestream of an ocean vista or resources to educate you and your loved ones while sheltering in place, we want to give you a way to stay connected with the ocean, even if it can’t be experienced in person. Below, you will find resources to stay connected with the ocean.
In the coming weeks, we will be posting content on our social media channels (@waveofchange on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) and website about ways to find comfort and community in the ocean. Be on the lookout for a Q&A with scientists on our social media to help answer any ocean questions you may have, and let us know what you are interested in learning about.
Every week we are also posting content on our social media profiles (@waveofchange) with ways to find comfort and community in the ocean. Be on the lookout on our:
Some of our ongoing initiatives include relaxing visuals by the sea, fact series’ about the ocean and Q&A’s with scientists!. Let us know what you would like to learn about!
Here are some of our favorite ocean relaxation and education resources:
- SciShow (YouTube)
Sustainability and Science Education Resources for children:
- Chasing Coral (Netflix)
- Blue Planet I & II
- A Plastic Ocean (Netflix)
- Mission Blue (Netflix)
- Le grand bleu – El Gran Azul – The Big Blue
- BBC Earth 10 hours of relaxing oceanscapes
- Monterey Bay Aquarium live cam exhibits
- Ocean Conservancy ocean wallpapers
- Frost Science Museum video conference backgrounds
- Google Maps Great Barrier Reef