One of Hawaii’s most popular luaus is held beside swaying palms and a stunning sunset at Paradise Cove.
A Hawaiian village at Paradise Cove highlights island arts and crafts, and cultural activities include net fishing, the Imu underground oven ceremony and of course the hula.
After being greeted with a traditional floral lei and tropical mai tai, relax into the evening with a full Hawaiian buffet and tropical drinks. Transportation can be included as a package, along with souvenirs, deluxe seating and drinks.
Paradise Cove is at the Ko Olina Resort on Oahu’s leeward coast. To get here by car, take a 40-minute drive west from Waikiki via the H1 and Farrington highways.