I am constantly updating the guide to reflect new opportunities for parents to enrich their children's lives while also watching their wallets.
Honolulu, HI (PRWEB) July 16, 2009
Looking for places to go and things to do on Oahu just got easier with the launch of OahuwithKids.com, a comprehensive guide to activities, schools, camps, attractions and more. With an emphasis on low-cost activities, classes and entertainment, OahuwithKids.com resonates with parents looking to have a great time with their kids while saving money. Free museum days, free musical and dance performances, free movies and free kids meals at restaurants are all listed in the "Free in Oahu" guide on OahuwithKids.com.
OahuwithKids.com is run by the Teachtopia Network which also owns LAwithKids.com, a highly regarded directory in Los Angeles which has been featured in the LA Times and on KNBC-TV. OahuwithKids.com, like LAwithKids.com, aims to reach both residents as well as tourists planning their vacations. Parents can find information about everything from pediatricians and martial arts classes to hotels, museums and excursions. OahuwithKids.com founders Jody and Sabrina Weissler are parents of twin 4-year-olds and know through experience what parents are looking for when researching classes, schools, camps and entertainment for their children.
"Busy parents don't always have the time to do research but they still want the best for their kids. I created OahuwithKids.com to help other parents like myself who need a comprehensive directory for children-related resources, attractions and budget-friendly entertainment options," says Sabrina. "I am constantly updating the guide to reflect new opportunities for parents to enrich their children's lives while also watching their wallets."
Hiking on Oahu is a popular activity for both residents and tourists. OahuwithKids.com takes the guesswork out of planning a fun day exploring Oahu's many trails, waterfalls, plants and streams by researching and then detailing hikes that are great for various age groups, including new walkers and adventurous tweens. Parking information, entrance fees, ease of trails and bathroom availability are highlighted along with the hikes' locations and lengths. Tourists can use OahuwithKids.com to look for trails that may be overlooked in the many brochures and magazines typically found at Honolulu and Waikiki hotels.
Many restaurants on Oahu are responding to the economic slump by offering deals and specials including happy hours and kids eat free nights. OahuwithKids.com can be used by Oahu parents and travelers on vacation who want to try and save money by eating at restaurants that are both family and budget-friendly. For example, Ryan's at Ward Centre, a casual restaurant in Honolulu, offers one free kids meal with each adult entree purchased on Monday nights. OahuwithKids.com's "Free in Oahu" guide also includes museums that offer free admission on certain days as well as free entertainment such as torch lightings, Hawaiian music and hula dancing at Kapiolani Park Beach Center Ocean Promenade on Saturdays and Sundays at 6:45 pm.
"There is no excuse not to get out and have fun with your family when you have OahuwithKids.com as your guide," says Sabrina Weissler, co-founder of OahuwithKids.com.