Go to a Lu‘au
Loosely translated, a lu‘au is a big feast with a lot of singing, dancing and fun. Lu‘au often feature homegrown entertainment, complete with traditional hula and Polynesian festivities. Served with that is a main course of kalua pig—tender, shredded pork cooked in an imu (underground oven)—and typical Hawaiian sides of poi, sweet potatoes, lomilomi salmon and haupia. It’s the perfect celebration of culture and camaraderie.
The Sunset Luau at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa treats guests to an imu ceremony, where the pig is brought out of the underground oven, as well as traditional dances from around Polynesia and a selection of contemporary and Hawaiian fare—all as the sun sets over ‘Anaeho‘omalu Bay.
• Hawai‘i Savers (808) 937-3737 or (888) 283-8818 • Island Breeze Lu‘au (808) 326-4969 • Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Sunset
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