77. GET A LIT­TLE CUL­TURE WITH THE KEIKI

101 Things to Do (Kauaʻi) - - BEYOND THE CITY -

Let’s face it— KIDS can only build so many sand cas­tles be­fore they start run­ning off to new ad­ven­tures. Keep an eye on your

—or take time off from your keiki watch—with one of sev­eral is­land out­lets rang­ing from ex­plo­ration of an op­er­a­tional cat­tle ranch to movie time by the pool. CLASSES AT NA KEIKI O KA ‘AINA: Kids can im­merse them­selves in Poly­ne­sian cul­ture at The Chil. dren of the Land, Na Keiki o Ka ‘Aina THE POLY­NE­SIAN CUL­TURE CEN­TER, lo­cated at Kauai Vil­lage Shop­ping Cen­ter (next to Pa­paya’s) of­fers HULA AND TAHITIAN DRUM­MING classes. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit thechil­drenofthe­land.com. KIDS’ AD­VEN­TURE CEN­TER AT PRINCEVILLE RANCH: If you’re driv- ing your kids up the wall with your de­sire to just kick back and read a book, drop them off at PRINCEVILLE RANCH for their own adren­a­line- and fun-filled time. This beau­ti­ful North Shore ranch has a tour for kids in­volv­ing ev­ery­thing from PONY RIDES to BUG COL­LECT­ING to HAWAI­IAN STORY TIME. At ANAINA HOU COM­MU­NITY PARK, en­joy 18-holes of fun MINIA­TURE GOLF set within a lush ed­u­ca­tional Hawai­ian botan­i­cal gar­dens, hike or moun­tain bike the Wai Koa Loop trail to the his­toric Stone Dam and re­lax on their play­ground and skate ramps. ST. REGIS PRINCEVILLE of­fers its YOUNG VOY­AGERS CLUB for guests, which or­ga­nizes mean­ing­ful ac­tiv­i­ties and EX­CUR­SIONS FOR KIDS AND ADULTS around the is­land. Lots of ho­tels have sim­i­lar of­fer­ings. You’ll also of­ten find FREE MOVIE SCREEN­INGS, events and FES­TI­VALS through­out Kaua‘i for . Check with keiki your concierge for sug­ges­tions. PRINCEVILLE RANCH AD­VEN­TURES (808) 826-7669

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