A vacation for the whole family

It’s the season for fleeing to warmer climes. But if you’ve found that even on an idyllic island—mojito in hand, loved ones around, golden sun overhead—you’re still unable to loosen up, maybe it’s because you’re children are bored by “relaxing,” and other poolside guests are getting bored by your children. You might start to wonder if you’ve checked in to the wrong hotel.

Enter the St. Regis Princeville Resort in Kauai, Hawaii, offering the Young Voyager’s Club, a unique family program available to all guest. More than just an average babysitting service, the program is designed to teach children about Kauai and its traditions, offering children between the ages of 5 and 13 a chance to discover nature, learn about Hawaiian craftsmanship, study fish, plants, and the island’s animals.

Parents can get involved too! Families are invited to take part in expeditions that take them outside of the hotel and into the beautiful scenery of Kauai, or additionally, they can partake in engaging and educational activities within the resort. Activities include treasure hunts, nighttime snorkeling, hula lessons, lei making and more.

The Young Voyager’s club is a chance to experience Hawaii’s culture while remaining interactive, athletic, and mentally stimulating—a perfect combination for children with a penchant for exploring and for parents with a need to unwind!

At an extra cost, additional around-the-clock childcare is available for children of all ages, offering parents a chance to to fully enjoy the hotel’s luxurious amenities, and obtain that well-deserved relaxation. Now, you can go back to the pool and relax like the honeymooners.

For more information, contact the St. Regis Princeville Resort’s Concierge at: 808.826.9644.

-Natalia Restrepo Weil