Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Kaua`i: Kaua`i is for Kids Program at Koloa Landing Resort




July 13, 2023

Visit Kaua`i: Kaua`i is for Kids Program at Koloa Landing Resort

Back in 2019, our family stayed at Koloa Landing Resort, and had the absolute best time.  This luxurious resort, which spans 25 acres and has a 350,000-gallon pool that was voted Best Pool in America by USA Today's 10Best, offers an ultimate getaway for families.

Our family was invited to stay at the resort to experience the Kaua`i is for Kids Program.

After a crazy day of traveling, we were extremely fortunate and very excited to get to our spacious 2-bedroom villa, complete with a full kitchen with high end appliances, a huge living area with a sofa-sleeper, 2.5 bathrooms, and an enormous wrap-around balcony.

The accommodations were ideal, with plenty of space for us to relax, eat, or watch TV without hovering over each other. 

The master bathroom had double vanities, as well as a soaking tub, a separate water closet, and a shower.  

The wrap-around balcony was so huge, that there was even a dining table!

There were 3 televisions, a washer and dryer, and even a semi-private elevator access!

The beds were comfy and the air conditioning worked well, and I really could've stayed in the room all day, but the pool beckoned!

The multi-tiered pool had a waterslide which my kids loved (there is even a mini slide for the littlest kids).  

We literally spent all day at the pool, and even rented a cabana, where we relaxed in comfort and ordered food from Holoholo Grill.  

Holoholo Grill is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and for something quick and casual, you can go to the Gourmet Marketplace for pastries, salads, and other grab-and-go eats and drinks.

The property also has an adults only pool, a family pool, BBQ grills, a putting green, and a grass volleyball court.

Guests can also visit the spa, rent snorkel gear, or take the complimentary shuttle to other spots in the immediate area.

But there is really not much reason to leave the grounds - there are so many things to do on property, and besides - if you're like me, all you'd want to do is relax and lounge by the pool, which is what we did the entire time we were at Koloa Landing Resort.  

The kids did, however, participate in the Kaua`i is for Kids Program.  Upon check-in, kids can request to get an activity booklet and backpack filled with gear to help them on a scavenger hunt (when we checked-in, they were out of backpacks).

Although geared to kids 3 to 11, I think it's great for kids of all ages - especially older kids.  Through this engaging program, kids search the property for fun facts about sugarcane, which was once plentiful in the area (Koloa was a sugarcane plantation community).  Once kids find the fun facts (signs) throughout the property, they'll also need to find the secret word on each sign.  The secret words will result in a sentence that will reveal where to go for their prize.

We walked all throughout the property to find the secret words, and discovered areas that we never knew existed!  It was a great way to learn about sugarcane!

Once kids turn in their completed booklet to the secret location, they will get a coupon for a free keiki shave ice!
The keiki shave ice is a really nice size, and perfect no matter what the weather.

Koloa Landing Resort is a superb property for families, and the Kaua`i is for Kids Program is a fun and interactive way to get kids exploring.  

Koloa Landing Resort
2641 Poipu Rd
Koloa, HI 96756
(808) 240-6600

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