Waikoloa Village is a census-chosen place (CDP) in Hawaii County, Hawaii, USA. The inhabitants were 4,806 at the 2K census. An every other name for the the public is Waikoloa, which is used by the limited post office.
If your family is looking for an island jaunt to get away from it all, the Hilton Waikoloa community promises endless movement and unprecedented lavishness. Parents eager to find a child-friendly haven can sign their tykes up for Camp Menehune. This day and nighttime camp allows kids to feed koi and swans, pursue for wealth, and explore tidepools Tropical gardens, saltwater lagoons and Two golf courses are tempting, but the resort's most popular retreat is Dolphin Quest, providing guests with a variety of interactive dolphin programs.
The behavior includes Dolphin Training Adventures, a Dolphin Family Program and a Dolphin Twilight Camp for kids. At Waikoloa's 4-acre lagoon, water lovers can schedule kayak trips, snorkel sails and seasonal whale-watch sails. After dark, attend the Legends of the Pacific Luau to experience traditional island dancing and music, as well as a buffet dinner
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