There are quite a few options when it comes to Hawaii babysitters.
I personally haven’t had to hire Hawaii babysitters but one of my Airbnb guests used Happy Kids while staying in Waikiki and passed on feedback that they were great. They are called Happy Kids Maui but operate not only on Maui, but Oahu and Kauai.
Nannies Hawaii are one of the largest babysitting networks on Oahu and might be worth looking at.
Poppins Keiki Hawaii
The Sheraton Waikiki has quite a big operation Poppins Keiki Hawaii, in a central Waikiki location. Keiki means Child in Hawaiian language. It’s a Japanese company and offers multitude of childcare services. You don’t need to be a guest of the hotel to use them.
Yelp.com is a great resource to source babysitters island-wide by searching their database. You can take a look at reviews and comments from people who have used the babysitting services before.
Please note: If you are staying at a hotel or resort reach out to them, they usually have a particular babysitting company they recommend. In addition check the hotel or resort facilities, some of the larger resorts have Kids Clubs that may offer day care assistance.
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