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Big Island: Voyagers of the Pacific Luau with Buffet

1. Big Island: Voyagers of the Pacific Luau with Buffet

Visit the Royal Kona Resort to experience an interactive luau show celebrating the rich cultural history of Hawaii with seating on the glimmering shores of Kailua Bay. Start the evening with an aloha shell lei greeting, and craft demonstrations. Soon after, feast on a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet with traditional Hawaiian dishes made with local ingredients. Savor authentic island entrees such as honey soy braised beef, and fresh-catch fish. Be treated to Big Island flavors with sides like Hawaiian sweet potatoes, coconut rolls, macaroni, and Lomi Lomi salmon salad. Enjoy stir friend vegetables and kalua style pork and cabbage. Finish off your culinary experiences with tasty favorites like Hawaiian haupia pudding and coconut cake. Sip Mai Tais, wine, beer, and soft drinks as you embrace the local culture and radiant sunset. Then, as drumbeats build, the sensational Voyagers of the Pacific Luau show unfolds on stage. Be captivated by a dramatic show inspired by Polynesian stories told through live music, song, and dance, culminating in the exciting Samoan fire knife dance finale.

Big Island: Captain Cook Historical Dinner Cruise

2. Big Island: Captain Cook Historical Dinner Cruise

Step aboard and step back in time… Join for an enchanting Hawaiian history lesson from the experts on Kona’s one and only Historical Sunset Dinner Cruise. This 3-hour family adventure departing from the Kailua Pier is narrated by a local historian tour guide, who will reveal secrets, tell stories, and share legends related to the numerous landmarks along the 12 miles of magnificent Kona coastline. Unwind to Captain Cook’s Monument at Historical Kealakekua Bay (only accessible by boat or hiking) with a complimentary cocktail from a fully stocked, premium bar. Begin your delicious dinner starting with Mauna Loa Big Island Macadamia Nuts (Vegan/GF) appetizer. Enjoy a salad starter of Kealaola Farm mixed salad greens, Waimea grape tomatoes, Japanese cucumber, and red onion (Vegan/GF), served with house-made Maui Onionvinaigrette dressing (Vegan/GF). Choose your main course from a selection of Thai coconut curry with Hamakua sweet potatoes, Hawaiian breadfruit, carrots, and bell peppers (Vegan/GF), or steamed jasmine rice (Vegan/GF) with Kiawe mango barbecue pork short ribs served with a papaya salsa (GF) and island baked coconut dinner rolls served with butter (Vegetarian). Your dessert is a cheesecake with a local Lilikoi glaze (Vegetarian). Keep an eye out for dolphins, turtles, manta rays, and seasonal humpback whales throughout the evening. Enjoy live music from some of the Big Island's best entertainers performing slack key Hawaiian Style music. Catch the sunset on the water and make sure to look for the famous Green Flash, a fleeting glimmer of intense emerald light that appears on the horizon just after sunset. Other highlights include the Ahu’ena Heiau, the Holua Slide, and the famous Kuamo’o Battlefield, just to name a few.

Big Island: Eco-Friendly Snorkeling Expereince and BBQ

3. Big Island: Eco-Friendly Snorkeling Expereince and BBQ

You will need to arrive at 7:30 AM for your 8 AM departure and cruise through protected marine sanctuaries. Cruise ten miles down the Kona Coast to the snorkel destination, a protected marine sanctuary. Relax, you will have over two hours of water time to enjoy the marine life, underwater topography, and coral reef. Cruise in comfort! The boat’s main lower deck features a large shaded cabin with cushioned seating, tables, a premium bar, three restrooms, and freshwater showers. You won’t go hungry. Enjoy a light breakfast of tropical fruits, assorted pastries, bagels, juices, teas, and Kona coffee. While you're taking in the fun, the crew prepares lunch. After snorkeling, belly up to a full-service premium cash bar, featuring a large selection of liquors, mixes, and local brews. This boat hosts one of the only blenders on the Kona Coast. Your mask, fins, snorkel, and prescription masks will be provided to you. For beginners, a friendly “Snorkel 101 Class” is available from the lifeguard-trained crew. A host of flotation toys, including noodles, vests, inner tubes, and even “Sea View Boards” for those who don’t want to get their face wet. They even include the use of stand-up paddleboards and an array of other flotation devices at no additional cost. Kids of all ages love the 20’ waterslide and high dive platform. If you want to kick back and do nothing, check out the floating “relaxation station”, the crew will swim you out refreshments. More adventurous guests can rent a GoPro or wetsuit.

Holualoa: Polynesian Culture ATV Tour

4. Holualoa: Polynesian Culture ATV Tour

Upon arrival at the meeting point and getting geared up, listen to a quick safety briefing before setting off on your adventure. If you do not feel comfortable driving an ATV or are under the age of 16, you can choose to ride as a passenger in a 6-seater UTV driven by the tour guide.  Kick off your tour with a drive through an award-winning coffee farm and transition into a grove of Rainbow Eucalyptus trees before entering the jungle. Drive your fully automatic ATV on groomed trails to reach Hawaii, Fiji, and Tonga where you will perform a traditional dance. Finally, make your way to the last island of Samoa. Learn about traditional culture, watch a coconut demonstration and taste the coconut water. Afterward, travel back down the mountain and admire beautiful views of Kailua-Kona and the Kona coast.

Kona: Afternoon Catamaran Cruise with Snorkel and Snacks

5. Kona: Afternoon Catamaran Cruise with Snorkel and Snacks

Embark on a snorkeling adventure on a catamaran cruise out of Kona, Hawai'i. Marvel at the brilliant underwater world surrounding the coastline as you swim and snorkel in blue waters. Sit back and relax on the cruise, feeling the salty breeze and the sun on your skin. Head out from downtown Kailua Kona Pier on Hawai'i's west coast. Marvel at the coastline's diverse landscape, from black lava flows to lush mountain scenes. See pristine white sand beaches from the water and enjoy the vastness of the Pacific Ocean going on for miles. Once the catamaran has stopped, embark on your underwater snorkeling adventure. Use the wide steps to enter the water calmly, jump from the 15' high platform, or glide down the 20' waterslide for a more thrilling entry to the ocean. Once you've enjoyed snorkeling, try out a stand up paddle board or simply lounge onboard under the sun or in the shade, sipping on cool drinks and tucking into light snacks. Then head back to your starting point.

Hawaii: Private Guided Van Tour

6. Hawaii: Private Guided Van Tour

Create your dream tour of Hawaii with a customizable tour. Pick and choose the sites that interest you the most and avoid wasting time on an organized tour. Benefit from convenient hotel pickup and drop-off. With your private van and the personalized attention of your driver-guide, enjoy the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary according to your own interests and take in the sights at your own pace. See famous sights such as Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (entrance fees to be paid on site), or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters like the waterfalls along the Hamakua Coast. This tour is perfect for solo travelers, couples, families, friends, and special interest groups. It can also be customized to meet the needs of guests with mobility limitations.

Big Island: Kona Airport Traditional Lei Greeting

7. Big Island: Kona Airport Traditional Lei Greeting

No matter your party size, you will recieve a warm welcome to the island upon your arrival. Your local greeter will help you find transportation or your connecting inter-island flight. Additionally, ask your greeter to take a photo of your party to remember this momentous occasion. The lei greeters consider it an honor to be your first contact on the island.  An airport lei greeting sets the tone for your entire Hawaiian vacation, don't miss your chance to experience this friendly tradition for yourself.

Big Island: Tiki Carving Workshop

8. Big Island: Tiki Carving Workshop

Immerse yourself in the Tonga culture and create your own tiki carving with this interactive workshop. Upon arrival at the farm, jump into the UTV driven by your tour guide and head to a scenic viewpoint where a picturesque carving hut awaits you. Choose your desired wood and design for your tiki then follow the professional guidance of your Master Carver of Tonga to carve your own piece. After your lesson, hop back into the UTV and head back to the meeting point. Take your tiki home with you as a unique souvenir of your time in Hawaii.

Kailua Kona: Humpback Whale Watching Adventure Cruise

9. Kailua Kona: Humpback Whale Watching Adventure Cruise

See majestic humpback whales and listen to them sing on this whale watching cruise from Kailua Kona, Hawaii. Over 8,000 humpback whales journey over 3,500 miles to Hawaii every year. Between December and April, these incredible creatures gather to breed and raise their young. This 2.5-hour whale-watching experience in Kona offers you an incredible opportunity to view humpback whales up close in their natural habitats. Hear the whales sing with unique underwater hydrophones. Keep your eyes open for other marine creatures like spinner dolphins, pilot and sperm whales, manta rays, sea turtles, and more. Whale sightings are guaranteed or you can join the cruise again for free.

Big Island: Kona Airport Honeymoon Lei Greeting

10. Big Island: Kona Airport Honeymoon Lei Greeting

Receive a warm welcome to the island upon your arrival. Your local greeter will help you find transportation or your connecting inter-island flight. Additionally, ask your greeter to take a photo of you to remember this momentous occasion. The lei greeters consider it an honor to be your first contact on the island.  An airport lei greeting sets the tone for your entire Hawaiian vacation, don't miss your chance to experience this friendly tradition for yourself.

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What people are saying about Big Island, Hawaii

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 12 reviews

The luau was very entertaining and the emcee was exceptional. Would recomend, but pricing should be different for anyone under 21 since alcohol was included. The food was very good! The parking was a little annoying with ticket validation and the machine not working when leaving, it should be complimentary for the price. The photo op was over priced, $20 for a 5 x 7, it should have been included as well for $113 a person.

The crew was great, helpful and friendly. Food served was better than you would expect on this type of excursion. There were only adults on this trip (no kids) I like kids but having only adults made this much more pleasant for older folks. We were able to snorkel, paddle board and scuba. No completion for equipment and the crew assisted with everything. It was a great experience.

From the food to the bottomless Mai Tais to the elaborate performances, my husband and I really enjoyed this experience. It was the perfect start to our honeymoon!

They had plenty of food and drinks. The entertainment was spot on. It was a very beautiful experience.

It was a very entertaining show with the beautiful ocean in back of the stage. The food was good too!