It isn’t easy to find a destination suitable for a big family that includes three generations. Some people want relaxation and leisure, others want adrenaline and adventures, and the kids want to play and explore. However, the Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas in Maui succeeds to satisfy all generations by providing spa treatments and poolside cocktails, Hawaiian adventures and water sports, and endless beaches and gardens for kids to play in. Thus embrace the spirit of Aloha and share it with your loved ones at the Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas.
Black Rock Beach
Situated at the North end of Ka’anapali Beach, Black Rock Beach is perfect for snorkeling and cliff-jumping into the ocean. The lava rocks are surrounded by legends and superstitions and allow you an immersion into Hawaiian culture and beliefs. Besides, they are a major source of fun at any age and an excellent point to watch the sunset.
Westin Family Kids Club
The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas provide kids activities that keep them busy and happy. For example, at Westin Family Kids Club children ages 5 to12 are introduced to Hawaiian arts and crafts, experience life under the sea, create their own ocean, and learn about local animals. It’s a great opportunity to make new friends and create amazing memories. Meantime, you can enjoy some time at the spa or in the fitness studio.
A photo session with the entire family
Gather the entire family for a professional photo session among the palm trees and tropical flowers. We recommend to choose the sunset as a background and have fun dancing, running, or playing in the garden. For example, matching outfits will make you look like a real clan. After all, you’re nearby the iconic Lahaina Town, the original capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
Take your family in a Hawaiian adventure hosted by the Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas. Above all, create unique memories by exploring the island and connecting with your loved ones. A three generations family is a precious gift and you should celebrate it. How often do you get to see your parents and siblings? So plan a holiday in Maui and share the spirit of Aloha.