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Many Ways to Get Wet at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, Ko Olina, Hawai‘i

I’m guessing that anyone planning a Hawaiian vacation is looking forward to playing in the water. Hawai‘i hosts some of the world’s most beautiful and exciting beaches. When Aulani, a Disney Resort and Spa, opens on August 29, guests can enjoy not only the wonderful swimming in the adjoining lagoon, but a variety of water features within the resort itself.

There’s something for guests of every age at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa. Kids, teens and entire families can play together in the pools, on the slides and along the Waikolohe Stream. They can go snorkeling in the safety of Rainbow Reef or enjoy close encounters with marine life in the Makai Preserve conservation pool. Adults may want to slip off into a beachside hot tub.

Here’s Ron Hood, whose regular gig is as Operations Manager for Typhoon Lagoon at Walt Disney World Resort, to tell you more.

Which do you prefer? Swimming? Snorkeling? The slides? The lazy river? That terrific lagoon? It’s all at Aulani.

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  • Is there going to be an adults-only pool area?

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