Come take part in the most revered Hawaiian celebration, the luau, as you connect with four generations of people who have maintained this tradition of joy and hospitality. They love to share this wonderful event and welcome you into their island ‘ohana.
The feast, or pa’ina, is arguably the main event of your time together, and this family will leave both your hearts and stomachs full. A traditional Kalua pig is slow-roasted in an imu oven, rounding out the table of other classic dishes like Ono Mahi Mahi, chicken adobo, teriyaki beef (Cousin Gary’s recipe), and the heaping bowl of Grandma’s poi. Just beware, as the dining winds down, someone may try to get you to show off your new hula moves up on the stage! You will be bathed in music from ancestral Hawaiians, as well as sacred chants, or mele, inviting you to take joy in the traditions of this majestic island. You’ll also witness a traditional Samoan fire knife dance, a Tahitian drum dance, and the classic Hawaiian hula, showcasing the diversity of beautiful cultures we have here in this tropical paradise.