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Adult
$130.89
Children (Ages 6-11 yrs)
$65.45
Children (Ages 5 and under)
Free

Beating drums beckon you to ocean's edge. Voyagers of the Pacific oceanfront luau is a sensory feast of Polynesian rituals that tell the story of an ancient culture. Their sumptuous all-you-care-to-eat dinner with full bar is a bounty to feast. Then, as drumbeats build, a dramatic song and dance show unfolds on stage, culminating in the Samoan fire knife dance finale - the most dangerous dance in all of Polynesia.

  • Oceanfront seating overlooking Kailua Bay
  • Mai Tais, cocktails, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks
  • Delicious Hawaiian luau dinner with island fare and local specialties

Voyagers of the Pacific Luau

Through traditional foods, storytelling, song, dance and a spectacular Samoan fire dance finale, this Hawaiian luau brings centuries of Polynesian history to life. Grab your flip flops, sit back with a tropical drink and indulge in a breathtaking celebration of Hawaiian culture under the stars. Come party with them Big Island-style at the best luau in Kona, Hawaii.

As the sun sets on the legendary shores of Kailua Bay, the excitement of the Royal Kona Luau, Voyagers of the Pacific, presented by award-winning Tihati Productions comes to life. Spectacular ocean views, awe-inspiring sunsets and the gentle sound of waves softly breaking on the lava shore provide a breathtaking backdrop for an unforgettable journey.

Your evening begins with a warm Aloha shell lei welcome and photo opportunities. Participate in arts and crafts demonstrations, watch the unearthing of the pua’a (pig) from the Imu (Hawaiian underground oven), and indulge in the all-you-care-to-eat Hawaiian-style buffet and full bar. The evening culminates with the breathtaking presentation of the stories, songs and dances of Hawaii and the South Pacific ending with the most dangerous dance in all of Polynesia, the Samoan fire dance (Siva Afi).

What’s Included

  • Prime Oceanfront seating overlooking Kailua Bay
  • Aloha shell lei welcome
  • Photo opportunities
  • Delicious all-you-care-to-eat Hawaiian Luau buffet with traditional island fare and local specialties
  • Complimentary Mai Tais, standard cocktails, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic offerings
  • Dynamic and Lyrical Polynesian Revue with Dance, Song, and Live Music
  • Samoan Fire Knife Dance Finale (Siva Afi)

Luau Schedule

The luau takes place @ 5pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.

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