Island Breeze Hawaiian Lu'au
We invite you to experience our beautiful oceanfront setting and newly renovated luau grounds. Our luau is available on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday nights. For assistance please contact Island Breeze Productions at (808) 326-4969 or visit their website at www.eventsbyislandbreeze.com. Email inquiries may also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Luau pricing is approx. $91.57 per adult and $46.80 per child.
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Enjoy a torch lit evening on the grounds of the Courtyard King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel.
Guests of the Island Breeze Luau will be amazed with a display of authentic Polynesian activities, cuisine, and performances.
We are proud to announce that we have received the Best of West Hawaii Award for Best Luau for 3 consecutive years.
Island Breeze Luau is rated the best lü'au on the Big Island by kama'äina (local residents), visitors and travel writers alike. The luau begins with a lei greeting and picture taking. An open bar, arts and crafts await you. There are many ways to participate in the luau activities: weave a coconut frond, learn how to open a coconut, learn the art of hula, get a Polynesian tattoo, and take the time to meet and talk to some of the performers.
Anticipating the appearance of The Royal Court, the Court Conch Herald and Court Chanter announces their arrival while the elaborate luau buffet awaits you. Enjoy traditional cuisine, including Kalua Pua'a (the succulent pork cooked in an underground oven), Lau Lau (meat wrapped in a taro leaf and steamed), poi (an ancient Hawaiian staple food made from taro) and haupia (coconut pudding) that will give you a true taste of the Islands. From 5:30 to 7:30, The Bar is open to serve you complimentary drinks: including mai tai's, wine, beer, sodas and non-alcoholic fruit punch.
The finale of the evening is the spectacular Island Breeze Polynesian Revue with Fijian and Maori dances of war, the graceful Hawaiian hula, and the courageous Samoan Fire knife dancer highlights the evening with an astonishing demonstration of bravery and skill!