Camp Wildlife Koas


Camp Wildlife Koas

Children Ages 9-11 Years

Camp Wildlife Koa will uniquely immerse your keiki in the vast world of animals, where they will gain a wealth of knowledge about different animals and the environments they live in and much, much more through hands-on lessons complete with biofacts, interactive technologies, craft activities and games. To get discounted prices on our Education programs, sign up to become a member.

Camp Dates & Details:

Camp Dates & Fees

Summer Camp: Now – August 18, 2017 
-Members: $300 (PER WEEK)
-Non-members: $350 (PER WEEK)

Aftercare Fee
-Members: $60 (PER WEEK)
-Non-members: $70 (PER WEEK)
Since our Aftercare is limited, it is on a first come, first served basis.

*Additional fees and taxes will apply.

Safety First

Safety comes first! Please note that the following is required for all children attending Zoo Camp. In the unlikely event of an illness or emergency, Instructors need to be able to easily communicate with both the child and the parents or guardians.

All children attending camp MUST be able to speak and understand English, translators are not available.
A United States cellphone contact number must be available on the first day of Camp or the child may not attend. For international visitors, please rent or purchase a prepaid cellphone. Hotel phone numbers are not accepted.


Booking in advance is required, as spots fill up quickly. Please note that we do not refund for missed or partially missed days and some elements of our programs may change due to animal and staff availability.

Classes for children are held, rain or shine, in Hale ʻImi ʻIke (unless otherwise noted). All programs require participants to book in advance and wear closed-toe, covered shoes during their time at the Zoo. All participants must be potty-trained to attend camp.

Camp Themes

Trip Through Time - May 30th

Explore Earth’s past to encounter prehistoric species from trilobites to dinosaurs, and learn about their links to today’s living animals.

The Most Extreme - June 5th

Explore extreme climates, animals and habitats from around the world in this exciting week of fun facts and amazing creatures.

Animal ‘Ohana - June 12th

‘Ohana means family, but family can mean many different things depending on what kind of animal you are.

Future Conservationists - June 19th

Learn what it means to conserve an animal species and get in touch with your own inner field conservationist.

Zoo Careers - June 26th

Find out what jobs you could do if you ever wanted to work at a zoo!

Under the Sea - July 3rd

Underneath the ocean lies a whole other world.  Learn about all the different species and their roles in this underwater journey.

Make Someone Happy - July 10th

Discover how zoo staff help keep their animals happy and healthy through animal behavioral enrichment.

Wildlife of the World - July 17th

Discover the different ecosystems and biomes of the world and how animals have adapted to survive in even the most extreme environments.

Make Every Day Earth Day - July 24th

Be the change you want to see in the world and learn what you can do to make Earth day every day.

Jungle Boogie - July 31st

Get down and boogie to the sounds of nature and see who in the jungle has the best dance moves.

Wild Hawaii - August 7

The Hawaiian Islands are the most isolated archipelago in the world. Meet some of the unique native species that make our home so special!

Animal Artists - August 14

From feathers to frescos, explore the many ways that animals make everything in nature a work of art!

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