WHAT TO EXPECT AT A HAWAII LUAU
HULA IS THE LANGUAGE OF THE HEART, THEREFORE THE HEARTBEAT OF THE HAWAIIAN PEOPLE.”
– King Kalakaua
IS IT WORTH IT?
That can depend on whether it's your first trip to Hawaii, a honeymoon, a family vacation with kids, or you're visiting Hawaii on a budget.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT A
LUAU IN HAWAII
Find out what types of traditional Hawaiian food dishes are served at luaus, including meats, vegetables, side dishes, and desserts!
HOW MUCH DOES A LUAU COST?
Most luaus are between $100-$140 per ticket. Babies and toddlers are usually (but not always) free.
Luaus run anywhere from 3-5 hours long, usually starting near sunset.
Most luaus offer pre-show activities like lei making, lauhala weaving, tasting fresh coconut, hula lessons, and more!
Expect to see hula dancing, Tahitian dancing, Samoan fire knife dancing, and more!
IS IT KID-FRIENDLY?
Yes! Many luaus are even geared toward families with kids!