Activities


Excursions & Activities*

(Weather permitting/subject to change)

  • Local beaches
  • Luau
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Campfires
  • Hula & Polynesian dancing
  • Grass skirt making
  • Mountain tubing

  • Stargazing
  • Day trips
  • Sightseeing
  • Hiking
  • Sports & games
  • Ocean swimming
  • Other excursions and activities

Community Service Opportunities
Each week at Camp Kahili will include service to the Kaua`i community.

*Please note this is only a sample list and Camp Kahili reserves the right to substitute activities based on availability, staff, and other factors.

Suggested Packing List

BEDDING/TOILETRIES
Sleeping bag and pillow, or twin-size sheets, blanket, pillow
Shower towel and washcloth
Beach towel or swimmer’s chamois
Robe
Shower slippers
Shampoo/conditioner/bath wash
Shaving cream/razors
Personal hygiene products

CLOTHING
Island wear is simple: Shorts, T-shirts, flip-flops (slippers) will get you through most days.
Shorts
T-shirts
Sundresses
Sleepwear
Sweatpants/sweatshirt
Light rain jacket
Water shoes
Hat
Sunglasses
Flip-flops (slippers)
Tennis shoes/socks
Underwear
Swimsuits
Board shorts
Bathing suit cover-up
Bandana/scarf
Goggles for swimming

ETC.
Extra pair of eyeglasses
Prescription medication (to be given to the Camp Nurse)
Stationery/envelopes/stamps/pens
Digital camera
Cellphone and charger
Portable hair dryer (no curling irons/flat irons)
Spending money
Backpack
Insulated water bottle
Flashlight/batteries
Mosquito/insect repellent
Sunscreen (reef-friendly)
After-sun care

NOTES
*Due to the red dirt and mud, it is customary to remove shoes when entering a home/cabinettes.
That’s why slippers are the most common wear: for easy removal.

*If going to the luau, campers may want to dress up a bit for the dinner and show, though it’s not required.
Again, shorts and T-shirts are welcome everywhere.

*We have washers and dryers located right on the campsite.