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  • Kauai: Luau Kalamaku

    1. Kauai: Luau Kalamaku

    Luau Kalamaku is an unforgettable experience and a “must see” for any visitor. The twice-weekly extravaganza has welcomed guests since 2007, offering great views from every seat. Following dinner, the cast takes the stage for the 45-minute main show to tell the amazing story of the ancient Hawaiian legend of Kalamakū (“child of the new land); the epic voyage taken by islanders between Tahiti and Kauaʻi along one of the longest sea roads of Polynesia. Through laughter, fear, seduction and fire, a new legacy is created, born from the cherished seeds of their ancestors. The evening begins with craft and cultural demonstrations, and Hawaiian games, followed by the traditional imu ceremony. Guests are treated to delicious traditional local cuisine, while hula dancers and musicians entertain. The show culminates with a fantastic fire dream featuring fire poi balls and traditional fire knife ...

    It is as exactly like advertised. Amazing experience, Once in a lifetime when you come to Hawaii.

  • Allerton Garden: Small Group Tour

    2. Allerton Garden: Small Group Tour

    Embark on a relaxing and informative guided tour. Discover a tropical paradise with decades of history dating back to the 1800s. Allerton Garden extends along the banks of the Lawai Stream where the valley narrows before opening onto the coast past the Spouting Horn. Along the way, you might even encounter koi fish, large bullfrogs, chickens, and ducks. This picturesque setting has been used in a number of films and TV shows including Pirates of the Carribean, Magnum PI, Starsky and Hutch, and Donovan’s Reef. Trek through winding pathways and marvel at towering rainforest trees providing you shade from the warm Kauai sunshine. You can’t miss the tall curving roots of the Moreton Bay fig trees made famous in the movie Jurassic Park.  Walk through a grove of swaying golden bamboo, a flower garden, and tropical fruit trees nestled amongst bronze statues and water features. Here the focus ...

  • Kauai: VIP Island Dinner and Luau Kalamaku Show

    3. Kauai: VIP Island Dinner and Luau Kalamaku Show

    Experience an unforgettable evening filled with delicious island cuisine and a spectacular story-telling Hawaiian show. You will begin your Plantation Owners Evening begins with a culinary journey back in time. Feast on a traditional dinner at Gaylord’s Restaurant, located in Kilohana Plantation’s 60-acre orchard and agricultural park. Following dinner, take a leisurely stroll over to the Luau Kalamaku venue where you will enjoy premier seating at the Luau Kalamaku show that pays homage to Kauai's mythology. As the sun sets, marvel at the live Hawaiian music and cast of entertainers including graceful hula dancers, fire poi ball twirlers and traditional fire knife dancing. The cast will take the stage for the 45-minute main show to tell the amazing story of the ancient Hawaiian legend of Kalamakū (“child of the new land”), the epic voyage taken by islanders between Tahiti and Kauaʻi alo...

    They did a good job dancing. The VIP food is very good. We enjoyed ourselves. The facility is kept up, clean and nice looking.

  • McBryde Garden: Day Pass

    4. McBryde Garden: Day Pass

    Board a tram into the lush Lawai Valley and see the magnificent coastline of Kauai’s south shore while listening to commentary about your surroundings. Arrive at McBryde garden and walk amongst the world’s largest collection of native Hawaiian plant life, with endangered flora and flora that are extinct in the wild.  See and smell exotic spices ranging from allspice to vanilla on the Spice of Life Trail. Take a journey back in time in the Hawaiian Life Canoe Plant Garden and along the Biodiversity Trail. This garden showcases a multitude of plants that the ancient Polynesians brought to Hawaii that provided materials to make cloth and build canoes and structures and for medicine and food. Explore the agroforestry project with spices, glimmering water features, and a canoe garden reminiscent of the voyages of ancient Polynesians. Delight in the wide variety of palms, flowering trees, or...

    This is a big, beautiful garden. Actually it covers several acres and has a variety of paths to the different areas. Although there are several fellow travelers with the variety of areas to cover you have the luxury of taking your time to enjoy the many verities of plants and trees by yourself and at your leisure.

  • Allerton Garden and Estate Tour with Sunset Dinner

    5. Allerton Garden and Estate Tour with Sunset Dinner

    Join this early evening tour of an immense 80-acre tropical oasis filled with lush foliage, European sculptures, and carefully-landscaped garden rooms. Allerton Garden extends along the banks of the Lawai Stream, where the valley narrows before opening onto the coast past the Spouting Horn. Stroll through expertly crafted garden rooms that feature exotic plants, sculptures, and water features with a knowledgeable guide by your side. Then, venture to the Allerton Estate and listen to fascinating stories about the former owners and visit the home where they once lived. Admire the Allertons' personal collection of pictures and keepsakes. The Allertons hosted notable individuals such as Jackie Kennedy. See Queen Emma's cottage, now nestled into the cliffs next to the Allerton Estate House. Complete your garden and estate excursion with a delicious sunset meal on the lanai, surrounded by a ...

  • Kauai: Private Hike to Sleeping Giant with Waterfall Option

    6. Kauai: Private Hike to Sleeping Giant with Waterfall Option

    Go on a private hike that combines a workout with rare, picturesque views of Kauaʻi.  Explore Nounou Mountain, aka “Sleeping Giant,” which is located on the East Side of Kaua’i, looming above the winding blue and green waters of the Wailua River.  Join this 2-3 hour hike for sunrise or sunset, and learn the legends surrounding this landmark mountain ridge that resembles a man sleeping on his back. Stories go far back to Ancient Hawaiian knowledge and even have royal roots.  Follow the trails up and pass by lush vegetation before finally arriving on the Giant’s chin, nose, and forehead, a climb of nearly 1,000 feet.  Enjoy sweeping views of the cloud covered Mount Wai’ale’ale, the locals' Wailua Homesteads, and the entire eastern coastline.  Choose the Waterfall Option if you would like to reward yourself with a refreshing dip in a cascading waterfall. This option will add approximat...

    This was perhaps the highlight of our trip. Our guide, Bright, was knowledgeable and friendly and made the experience one to remember.

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What people are saying about Kauai

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

We booked the standard seating area at this luau. The stage for the show is in the middle with the tables surrounding it. Therefore there is no bad seating. The food is buffet style serving the different seating areas as called. There is an open bar and entertainment at all times with the main show starting after dinner.

This is a big, beautiful garden. Actually it covers several acres and has a variety of paths to the different areas. Although there are several fellow travelers with the variety of areas to cover you have the luxury of taking your time to enjoy the many verities of plants and trees by yourself and at your leisure.

Wonderful experience! Food plentiful and very tasty. The hula dancing was exceptional and a very theatrical production. Highly recommend!

It is as exactly like advertised. Amazing experience, Once in a lifetime when you come to Hawaii.

It was an amazing experience! The food was phenomenal and the show was even better.