Family Fun in Hawaii
Imagine you and your family viewing one of the most active volcanoes on earth on Hawaii Island; watching humpback whales leap from Maui’s warm waters; flying happy dragon kites in the tradewinds of Molokai; exploring the tidepools of Hulopoe Bay on Lanai; witnessing the grandeur of Kauai’s Waimea Canyon; or exploring the fascinating exhibits at the Bishop Museum on Oahu. You’re sure to create lifelong family memories on your vacation to Hawaii.
You’ll find the culture of Hawaii is very family friendly. The Hawaiian word for “children” is “keiki” and fun for your keiki isn’t hard to find no matter which island you visit. Build sand castles with your kids on one the islands’ beautiful beaches. See their eyes light up as they play with interactive exhibits in Hawaii’s finest museums. Or explore Hawaii’s many National Parks and Historic Sites and learn about the islands together. Check with your hotel or resort for keiki programs that may include lei making, ukulele playing, and hula lessons.
So charge up your digital camera, pack some snacks, and bring plenty of sunscreen. And don’t be surprised if your family vacation to Hawaii becomes a brand new family tradition.