Camp Hyatt at Grand Hyatt Kauai
Your kids will thank you for sending them to Camp Hyatt Kauai! Camp Hyatt is a fun, active program exclusively for keiki (children) ages 3 to 12. Fun-loving camp counselors fit the day's schedule to the group's interest with an array of activities from Koi fish feeding to lei making. Integrating play with culture, kids learn through art about endangered Hawaiian monk seals and Nene (Hawaii's state bird), and through crafts about palm frond weaving and lei making like Native Hawaiians of old. A splashing good time will be had at the pool and waterslide (always a favorite!) at our family friendly resort. Other fun activities include shell bracelet making, hula lessons, volcano making, or Parrot Talk, an interactive session with our beautiful parrots, where they can even hold the bird on their arm!
Enjoy a day at the Anara Spa, lounging by the pool or hitting the links at Poipu Bay knowing that your kids are having a blast, creating lasting memories of their Kauai family travel experiences at this enticing beach hotel resort!
Camp Hyatt operates from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM and 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM daily and promises a fun filled day for our keiki ages 3 to 12 years. Advanced reservations are requested by 6:00 PM the day prior. Please note, all children must be toilet-trained, no pull-ups are allowed. Activities are designed to meet group interests, and may change based on the group's ages and needs. Camp Hyatt cancellations and changes are accepted by 6:00 PM the day prior without incurring a charge.
Get up close and personal with our resident parrots; Niele (Hyacinth Macaw), Rico (Green Winged Macaw), Duke (Blue and Gold Macaw), and Malie (Moluccan Cockatoo). Each day, these friendly birds are perched in the expansive lobby atrium for our guests to visit with. Three times a week, one of the parrots is brought into Seaview Terrace for the exciting and interesting "Parrot Talk" program, led by our wildlife attendant. Learn all about these fascinating creature’s mannerisms and personalities, which are amazingly human-like. This is especially fun for kids of all ages, and photographs are greatly encouraged.