The Kids for All Seasons program is actually available at all Four Seasons resorts. You are experiencing world class amenities when you stay at a Four Seasons and I can honestly say with families and kids, that also means some great amenities that are not just reserved for the adults.
When I went on my vacation to Maui a few months back as a mother’s day present to myself I had a small opportunity to check out the Four Seasons Resort Maui in the beautiful town of Wailea on Maui’s south side. I’m originally from (born and raised) on Maui so I’m glad that I got the opportunity to go back and take a look at what the Four Seasons had for kids.
Activities that kids can do in the Kids for All Seasons program
The Four Seasons Kids for All Seasons program is meant for kids Ages 5 to 12. This program is complimentary but lunch will be charged to your room. They can participate in:
• Arts and crafts
• Making new friends
• Hawaiian activities
Try your hand at basketball, beach games, computer games, Gecko/lizard hunts, hula lessons, lawn hockey, lei creations, Movies, sand-castle building, sand sculpting, story-telling, tennis, traditional Hawaiian games,tropical arts and crafts, Ulu maika (Hawaiian bowling),visits to the tide pools, visits with Ricky and Lucy, the parrot mascots
A typical day may include:
9:00am Aloha Kakahiaka – Good Morning
Registration / Indoor Free Play
9:45am Circle Time
10:00am Game, Activity, or Arts/Crafts
11:00am ‘Au Malo Kai (swimming)
12:00pm ‘Aina Awakea (lunch)
12:30pm Patio Play
1:00pm Indoor Activity
2pm Outdoor Activity
2:45pm Movie (G & PG rated family films)
4:30pm Free Choice
4:45-5:00pm Aloha Ahiahi – Good Evening
One minute they could be learning to make a Hawaiian lei or doing a variety of activities. There are also nighttime activities available at an additional charge so mom and dad can have a romantic dinner without the kids. Kids can enjoy stargazing with a real astronomer. The ancient Hawaiians navigated via stars so learning about the stars is also an important part of Hawaiian culture. Kids may also play dodgeball or do all sorts of activities such as playing games, scavenger hunts, cooking and more.
What To Bring
If your child can swim, please bring a swimsuit and swim shoes. Apply all sunscreen prior to dropping your child off.
Children 4 Years and Younger
Younger kids and toddlers can play in the toddler area or check out a toy or book to take to the room. They can also participate in activities if they are accompanied by their parent, guardian or nanny.
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