The Hawaiian Easter Bunny has arrived in the islands and will be hopping around for some egg-citing happenings. While you could always hide eggs in your hotel room, it’d probably be more fun for the kids to take part in the following Easter egg-travaganzas:
Egg Hunt at the Honolulu Zoo (Oahu)
Combine a trip to the zoo with the annual Easter egg hunt; most likely the only egg hunt in the islands where the orangutans cheer on guests and noisy giraffes stretch their long necks into the action. It will cost $7 to $10 plus regular zoo admission to participate in the hunt. Very well worth the price, as it is a day of family fun for the entire family.
Easter at the Waikoloa Beach Resort (Big Island)
Not only is the Hawaiian Easter Bunny hiding his eggs, but he’s busy tucking in the tykes, too. The Waikoloa Beach Resort promised to have the Easter Bunny tuck the little ones into bed for Easter weekend. In addition, the Bunny’s been busy taking pictures with them and hiding his eggs around the resort.
Maui Wowee Easter Decorations (Maui)
When the Easter Bunny hits up Maui, he goes straight to Queen Kaahumanu Center. Complete with photos, free coloring books and Easter egg decorations, the Bunny sure does cover all bases. Get hoppin’ with this Maui Wowee Easter Bunny.
Easter Bunnies + Ponies (Maui)
Ponies, petting zoos and Easter egg hunts offer an eclectic array of activities at the No Ka Oi Horsemanship’s annual event. It’s only in its second year but has already attracted a large following. Be prepared to hang outdoors for most of the day – sunscreen, protective sunwear and lots of water.
Posted by: Bruce Fisher