Hula Classes Maui

We host kids Hula Lessons in Maui

We love it when people participate in Paradise Activity Company activities.  Recently, one of our favorite families visited us in Maui and participated in our keiki hula classes Maui.  We also perform keiki hula classes Kauai as well.

Here’s a direct quote from the family:

Hello,
We stayed there on Dec 29-Jan 2nd and my daughter did a Hula class.  The instructors and staff liked her so much they gave her a flower headpiece and a small bag of goodies.  We just wanted to say thank you for the great experience and wanted to send a follow up picture of my daughter with the head piece.  Mahalo!

We are so happy that your daughter enjoyed learning hula and taking hula lessons with us.  Hula is a Polynesian dance form accompanied by chant (Oli) or song.  It was developed in the Hawaiian Islands by the Polynesians who originally settled there. The hula dramatizes or portrays the words of the oli or mele in a visual dance form.

 

info@paradiseactivitycompany.com
https://paradiseactivitycompany.com/
323-999-1894

Paradise Activity Company is America’s Premier Resort Hospitality Company. We focus on activities, entertainment, and hospitality outsourcing for timeshares, hotel and resort operations worldwide. The hospitality industry counts on Paradise Activity Company to run their hotel and resort activities departments, making it the largest outsourced activities vendor in the United States.

Hotels, resorts, timeshares, recreational communities, and several hot vacation destinations have realized the benefits of outsourcing activity staffing to us.

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