Local Area Attractions
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort
Camp Hyatt operates from 9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. and 4:00p.m. to 10:00p.m. daily and promises a fun filled day (or half-day) for our keiki ages three to 12 years. Advanced reservations are requested by 6:00 p.m. 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 p.m. the day prior without incurring a charge.
For reservations at Camp Hyatt, or for more information send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Camp Hyatt directly at 808-240-6390.
Local Area Attractions
For any of the below activities please contact the Grand Hyatt Concierge at (808) 742-1234 or email email@example.com.
Choose the Kayaking trip to suit your mood, from a relaxing paddle on a stream or river to an exhilarating 15-mile tour of the coastline. There are quite a variety of options available for your excursion, including destination, level of difficulty, length of trip and more.
Learn the art of riding the waves from professional certified instructors. Surfing lessons and equipment are available at several locations across the island, suitable for both beginners and experienced surfers.
Snorkel and Scuba Diving
Whether you prefer the peaceful calm of snorkeling near the shoreline or the thrill of a nighttime Scuba dive, Kauai offers plenty of opportunity for both. Many local vendors offer daylong excursions that include sightseeing, meals and use of all equipment. Lessons are available.
Both freshwater and deep-sea fishing excursions are available, for half-day or full-day fishing trips. Possible catches include Bass, Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Ahi and Ono.
Imagine flying through the air, examining the magnificent terrain from a totally new perspective. Glide across waterfalls, traverse the treetops, even dive into beautiful hidden natural pools. Most zipline excursions include lunch or snack, as well as time to enjoy the scenery.
Witness one of the island’s engineering feats as you meander through the manmade ditches and tunnels of a sugar plantation irrigation system. No longer used as a working plantation, this system of waterways has created a unique and fun tubing adventure ideal for the entire family.
Sometimes referred to as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, you can explore this natural wonder on your own as you drive the Canyon Road, by guided bus tour or via a memorable helicopter tour. There is a wide selection of hiking trails from beginner to adventurous, as well as a museum and Koke’e State Park.
The northernmost point of the main Hawaiian Islands, this historic lighthouse once guided ships in from The Orient. Now a favorite tourist attraction, the amazing ocean views, visitor center and nearby wildlife refuge, bird sanctuary and extinct volcano offer interesting spots for travelers. Kilauea, North Kauai
Dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the people of Kauai and Nihau. Their permanent collection includes works of art, textiles, cultural artifacts, furnishings, natural history and photography.
Allerton Estate and National Tropical Botanical Garden
Once the summer cottage of Queen Emma, wife of King Kamehameha IV, the Allerton Estate features stunning grounds in a beautiful tropical valley. On the south shore of Kauai, the National Tropical Botanical Garden maintains a garden site featuring information about Kauai's history, culture and tropical plant life.
Na’Aina Kai Botanical Gardens
Spanning 240 acres, Na ‘Aina Kai features 13 diverse gardens, a hardwood plantation, a moss- and fern-draped canyon, and a pristine sandy beach stretching between a meadow and the Pacific. More than 70 bronze sculptures are scattered throughout the gardens of this once-private estate.