Hawaii Luau - Luaus on the Hawaiian Islands
Hawaii luaus are a tradition not to be missed. A luau is a traditional Hawaiian feast accompanied by entertainment and often times also cultural demonstrations and games. Attending a luau while in Hawaii is a must to experience the island culture and the spirit of aloha. Hawaii luaus take place on the four main islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island. No Hawaii vacation is complete without attending one.
Bring a big appetite because attending a Hawaiian luau means feasting on a variety of delicious foods, from traditional Polynesian fare, such as lomi lomi salmon and kalua pig, to prime rib, chicken and rice dishes for those whose taste buds are more accustomed to continental American delicacies.
A Hawaii luau is also your chance to try poi, a Hawaiian staple made of taro roots, as well as lau lau, a dish where beef, pork, chicken or fish is wrapped and then cooked in taro leaves. For dessert, most luau typically feature scrumptious cakes and haupia, a coconut pudding.
After the big feast, sit back and enjoy traditional Hawaiian music, chants and hula. Many Hawaiian luaus also showcase dances from other Polynesian island nations, such as the exciting Samoan fire-knife dance and the Maori war dance.
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