Best Luaus On Kauai
Learn Hawaiian history through mesmerizing dances of the Luau
Encounter the vibrant cultures of the Polynesian Islands of Hawai’i, Tahiti, Samoa, and Fiji
Experience the spirit of “aloha” at a traditional Hawaiian luau, where Polynesian culture is best shared through food, music, dance, fire, and elaborate storytelling. This is a uniquely Hawaiian experience that is sure to entertain the whole family.
Be immersed in the story of a voyage across the Pacific ocean from Tahiti to Hawaii. Be gripped by hula, performers and fire dancers of all styles.
Luau at Poipu
Explore Hawaiian culture from a large ohana on the island of Kauai. These native Hawaiians bring this Poipu luau to life with dance, story & food.
The quintessential experience of a Hawaiian luau typically has many exciting events for which to look forward. Usually, guests are greeted with a lei upon arrival, then meet and take a photo with Polynesian dancers and performers before the festivities begin. Guests are taken to their seats where they can relax and enjoy a tropical beverage while the rest of the guests settle in. Shortly after, the iconic roasted kalua pig is removed from the imu, underground oven, and its delicious smell fills the air. Some luaus feature pre-dinner activities like arts and crafts, games, and other entertainment. Food is then served, typically buffet-style, and guests can fill their plates with a variety of traditional Hawaiian cuisine. During and following the feast, live entertainment ensues. Enjoy hula performances, Tahitian dancing, live music, fire knife performances, and all sorts of other thrilling surprises.
With a variety of luaus available to choose from, there is something perfect for everyone. Each luau has the following in common: tasty Hawaiian dishes, enticing hula performances, live music, fire dancing, and an entertaining show. All of the incredible luaus on Kauai listed above are vetted by travelers and Hawaiian residents alike for being both memorable and worthwhile experiences for the whole family. Differences between luaus tend to include whether drinks are included, options for preferred seating, types of food offered, and location on the island. We are happy to answer questions to help you choose the right luau for your group.