If you find yourself scouring Big Island reviews for the best luau in Kona, be sure to check out the Island Breeze luau, located right downtown. This immensely popular Big Island luau features shows from around Polynesia, with performances ranging from Fijian war dances to traditional Hawaiian hula. The night is capped off by the heart-pounding action of the Samoan fire and knife show, and in addition to shopping for traditional crafts and receiving your own shell lei, you can feast on a filling Hawaiian buffet that’s paired with an open bar.
There’s something authentic about a 'luau' along an ancient coastline of kings, and at Haleo Luau on Keauhou Bay, you'll feast on a traditional Hawaiian buffet as you listen to crashing surf, and revel in the excitement of a Polynesian show held beneath a blanket of stars. Before the meal, pick up some moves at the hula demonstration by the luau’s talented performers, or simply enjoy the ocean views looking west towards a fiery sunset. Throughout the show, this Keauhou luau details stories from right along this coast, and tells the tales of the ancient kings who once inhabited this shore.
Spend an evening immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture with this excursion to the Royal Kona Resort Luau. Choose your ideal time for the outing — the luau occurs four nights a week — then enjoy a shell lei greeting, a lei workshop, and an Imu ceremony with a delicious roasted pig. Sip Mai-Tais while admiring beautiful views of Kailua Bay.
Enjoy two Big Island experiences with this combo tour that includes a submarine ride and luau. Get a look at Hawaii’s underwater world as you venture below the surface of the sea to observe the fish and other marine life that live around the coral reef. Then soak up a bit of Hawaiian culture at the Royal Kona Resort Luau, where you’ll enjoy food and musical entertainment.
Discover the Big Island's coral reefs and Polynesian cultures on with a Kona submarine adventure and a sunset luau at Island Breeze, a 5-hour combination tour. Slip beneath the surface in an Atlantis submarine, and get an up-close look at Hawaii’s thriving marine life at depths up to 100 feet (30 meters). Return to shore for a luau on the shore; experience a traditional lei greeting and imu ceremony, sip drinks from an open bar as you watch dances from across Polynesia, and sample island delicacies at a sumptuous buffet.
Experience Big Island hospitality at a luau that features Hawai'ian food, drinks and entertainment. Sip drinks from an open bar as you enjoy a buffet style feast; sample kalua pig alongside seafood, fruits and salads, and finish your meal with an assortment of sweet island desserts. Watch the tropical stars appear as a series of talented performers depict the travels of Hawai’i Loa and his discovery of the Hawai’ian Islands.