Big Island Luaus
Take In An Authentic Luau Experience Like No Other
Best Big Island Luau
A Big Island Luau is the perfect opportunity to experience the community and culture of the Hawaiian Islands. While luaus were hardly traditional in ancient Hawaii (kapu laws dictated that men and women weren’t allowed to eat together), today they are a quintessential aspect of any Hawaiian vacation.
Check out the available luaus on Big Island of Hawaii. Most luaus and activities occur on the Kona side in Waikoloa, Kailua-Kona or South Kona. Check out the one closest to your resort.
Who can resist an evening that begins with a lei ceremony and leads into a night filled with Polynesian history, hula dancers, fire dancers, and a expansive Hawaiian feast of many dishes including poi, kalua pork, and taro rolls? (Oh, and don’t forget the mai tais!) As an added bonus, it’s also a great opportunity to meet and mingle with fellow visitors. Dine, drink, and dance together under the Hawaiian sky for a memorable night on the Big Island!