Big Island Luau: 2024 Best Deals

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Presented at Coconut Grove at Royal Kona Resort, the Voyagers of the Pacific Luau offers an exciting and breathtaking experience for guests of all ages to enjoy. Each luau includes a traditional lei welcoming with photo opportunities, an Imu presentation, an all-you-can-eat Hawaiian buffet, an open bar, and a dynamic Polynesian revue with fire artists, dancers, musicians and more. Details
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Imagine yourself basking under the warm Hawaiian sun as a symphony of authentic Polynesian flavors tantalizes your senses. Seated on a tapestry of tropical beauty, you're at a Big Island luau, one of Hawaii's most immersive cultural activities. If you fancy an evening draped in traditional hula dancing and eat buffet, then these luaus on the Big Island are your golden ticket.

Stay tuned as we take a deep dive into the hypnotic drums, thrilling fire dancers, enchanting live music, and mouthwatering cuisine that make the best luau on the Big Island a must-visit spectacle in your Hawaiian itinerary.

What kind of food can I expect at a Big Island Luau?

Hawaiians take great pride in their traditional island cuisine; you'll get a real taste of it at a big island luau.

Kalua Pork: The traditional Hawaiian dish Kalua Pig is slow-cooked in an imu underground oven to make it tender and flavorful. One bite of the smoky, succulent pork will transport you to a Hawaiian culinary paradise like in the Legends of Hawaii and Island Breeze Luau at Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel.

Laulau: This traditional Hawaiian dish gets its name from the preparation method as 'Lau Lau' translates to 'leaf, leaf.' Pork, fish, or chicken is marinated with Hawaiian salt and wrapped in taro leaves; this can also be paired with mai tais in Outrigger Kona Resort and Hilton Waikoloa Village.

Poi: This Hawaiian staple is a traditional Polynesian dish made from the fermented root of the taro plant. Its unique, slightly sour taste and sticky texture make it an integral part of luaus like Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort, and Royal Kona Resort.

Haupia: Think of Haupia as Hawaii's coconut pudding. It's a simple dessert made from coconut milk, sugar, and a thickener. The result is a sweet, creamy, and tropical treat that provides a satisfying end to the luau feast on

Book your Big Island Luau tickets with Tripster today and set sail on a Hawaiian culinary journey!

Big Island shows are a feast for the senses, steeped in cultural richness and undeniably fun. The vibrant blend of mouthwatering local dishes, interactive traditions, and spellbinding performances makes each luau a unique celebration of Hawaiian heritage. Whether you're a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, experiencing a Big Island luau offers an unforgettable immersion into Hawaii's fascinating culture. As the sun sets and the island's torches flicker, a sense of camaraderie is palpable - to be a part of a luau is part of Hawaii's 'ohana, or family.