While banking curves as I sped down the waterslide, I felt like a kid again. I’m sure I momentarily reverted back to grade school-level silliness as I tried to push Andy into one of the drenching waterfall stations. It was a giggle-filled blast on the Waikolohe Streams at Aulani!
Andy created a nice little video montage of our time on Waikolohe Steams. I hope you’ll enjoy this playful little video.
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Waikolohe Stream is a free amenity at Aulani. As a guest, all you need to do is pick up a free wrist band from the towel station and you’re good to go. We felt really safe as we were never out of the sight of a lifeguard.
Aulani’s water features are really one-of-a-kind for Oahu, and possibly, all of Hawaii. (Maui’s Grand Wailea might be Aulani’s only competition in the best Hawaii pool fun category.) What I like is that you see just as many grown-ups enjoying the water adventures as you see kids.
Ah, it was fun to be a kid again!