Hyatt Regency Maui Celebrates its Seven African Black-Footed Penguins on World Penguin Day, April 25 - Kaanapali Resort
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Hyatt Regency Maui Celebrates its Seven African Black-Footed Penguins on World Penguin Day, April 25

Following its successful Penguin Awareness Day events in January, Hyatt Regency Maui announces the return of its popular penguin activities to celebrate World Penguin Day on April 25. Activities include a special penguin feeding, penguin cookie decorating, and keepsake photos with the resort’s penguin mascot.

Hyatt Penguin

Guests are invited to learn more about these charismatic creatures and watch as the resort’s seven playful penguins eat, swim and waddle around. This free event is open to all locals and guests who wish to celebrate and take part in fun family activities that honor one of the world’s most interesting creatures.

Lucky guests staying overnight on April 24 will receive Wildlife Turndowns with a stuffed penguin and an information card notifying guests about the penguins and inviting them to a special penguin feeding on April 25th for World Penguin Day.

Hyatt Penguin

Hyatt Regency Maui is the only resort in Hawaii with an on-site penguin habitat. Guests can join the fun by following on social and sharing their penguin photos at #PenguinInParadise.

For more information on World Penguin Day at Hyatt Regency Maui, please contact 808.661.1234 or visit www.maui.hyatt.com.

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