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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Big Kahuna Luau

Above, what's a luau without hula dancers? Photo by Armand Vaquer.

After returning to the Sheraton Waikiki from our tour of Pearl Harbor and Honolulu, we rested up for a little while and prepared ourselves to go to the evening's event, the Big Kahuna Luau.

We headed down to the pick-up location and it wasn't long when the Discover Hawaii Tours bus arrived to transport us to the luau.

The Big Kahuna Luau, I've been told, is one of the best ones for food, entertainment and location. It is located in the hills above Honolulu. They are so proud of their hilltop location that our driver stopped en route to allow us to take pictures of the city below.

Above, Diamond Head and Honolulu from the hilltop while en route to the luau. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

After everyone was done picture-taking, we proceeded to the luau location. Upon arrival, we were given bead leis as we exited the bus. Following that, and a few steps later, we were given mai tai cocktails.

The Big Kahuna organizers had several activites for guests before the dinner show began. They had tattooing, flower leis making, dancing and more drinking.

The dinner was buffet-style and had three meats to choose from: chicken, fish or pork.

Above, the buffet line. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

It was a good show that they put on, with the fire dancing being the highlight. I recommend the Big Kahuna Luau to anyone thinking of visiting Honolulu and who want experience a luau.

Luau highlights:

The Show

Today, we head to the Big Island.

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