Experience a memorable evening and participate in a traditional Hawaiian luau feast. Not only will you get to know authentic Hawaiian foods, but also immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture and watch a spectacular Polynesian show featuring music, songs and dances from across Polynesia.
Voted Kauai's number one luau, the Hiva Pasefika Luau is located in Kapa'a in the Luau Hale of the Resort Quest Kauai Beach at Maka'iwa. It is set on ten lush, tropical acres on Waipouli Beach, only ten minutes from Lihue airport.
You'll feast on a variety of mouthwatering foods. Now is your chance to try traditional Hawaiian delicacies such as steamed kalua pig, Polynesian chicken, fresh island fish, teriyaki beef, steamed taro, sweet potatoes, poi, fried rice, lomi lomi salmon, namasu (pickled cucumber), Garden Island greens, tropical fruit salad, Hanapepe bean sprouts, rice pudding, haupia (coconut pudding), coconut cake and pineapple ruby. Coffee and tea are also served.
After the luau feast, it's show time. Now sit back, relax and watch exciting show telling the story of the Native Hawaiians' ancestors, who were great voyagers and came to the Hawaiian Islands on canoes. From the elegance of the Hawaiian hula dance, the excitement of the Samoan fire-knife dance to the romantic presentation of the Hawaiian wedding song, this show is truly unforgettable. It's a journey through the Pacific islands. At the end, you may join in and dance the "tamure." A luau is simply the best way to experience Hawaiian culture while visiting the islands.