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On Maui, Kauai and The Big Island

On Maui

Marriott Luau. The Maui Marriott is home to Kaanapali's finest beachside luau. Before the show and feast begin, share in several fascinating cultural demonstrations such as lei making, coconut cutting, Ti leaf skirt weaving, hula lessons, and more. Then sit back and enjoy a beautiful sunset followed by a sumptuous Hawaiian feast and an exciting night of Polynesian entertainment, song and dance.

On The Big Island

Island Breeze Luau. An evening of royal Polynesian feasting and authentic island entertainment awaits at King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel. Featured in the 22-dish luau buffet are a wide variety of entrees including kalua pig, fish and vegetarian dishes. Set at the former beachfront estate of King Kamehameha.

Royal Kona Resort Luau. This extravaganza starts off with an all-you-can-eat buffet in an oceanfront haven and an open bar. After dinner the Polynesian spectacle features Tihati's "Drums of Polynesia," which takes you on a fast-paced, entertaining musical journey through Hawaii and the South Pacific.

On Kauai

Coconut Marketplace. There's a free hula shows at 5 p.m. daily except Sundays at this shopping center. Performing is the world-famous hula halau Na Hula O Kaohikukapulani, who has received numerous awards and recognition from major exhibitions worldwide.

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