Luaus are true to Hawaiian culture. Experience it firsthand with friends and family. A Kauai luau is a large feast with family and friends, including hula dancing for your entertainment. You will enjoy a variety of local foods from the Pacific Islands including Kalua Pork, teriyaki steak, BBQ chicken, fresh island fish. A vast assortment of local fruits and vegetables and a bountiful desert table. You can also enjoy the "open bar" if you so desire. One of the most spectacular events at a Kauai luau is the fire knife dancers! However, not all Kauai luaus include a fire knife dancer. Some of Kauai's discounted luaus offer numerous fire dancers! 10% plus discounts available when booking on-line through Travel Hawaii.
Discover the sacred history of the Hawaiian islands at the Lu’au Kalamaku. Set amid the tropical plantations of Kauai, the show delivers a spectacular display of cultural demonstrations, legendary story-telling and hula and fire dancing. Transportation is available for a nominal charge.
Climb aboard for a train ride through 105 acres of historic plantation homes, low land forests and endless fruit fields on a journey to your final destination where our lu’au awaits. Disembark to join us for a spectacular evening of cultural demonstrations, legendary story-telling and hula and fire dancing.
Join us for an enchanted evening of Hawaiian culture. Upon arrival you will receive a traditional Hawaiian lei greeting, pupu and cocktails. Enjoy strolling around to look at our display of Polynesian crafts, demonstrations and photos. The evening includes a Hawaiian Imu ceremony, dinner buffet and a Polynesian Revue.
Experience the Kauai Grand Hyatt Lu’au where we welcome you with a traditional shell lei greeting as you step into a world of Hawaiian culture. Enjoy listening to our Hawaiian music, discover our traditions, explore Hawaiian arts and crafts and dine on traditional Hawaiian cuisine during our luau buffet and Tihati's Hawaiki Nui Show.
In Hawaiian culture food is the heart of a luau, but music is the soul. Come and join us to celebrate the well-preserved history of our Hawaiian ancestors through songs and chants as well as the songs and dances from other cultures that live in the Garden Isle.