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The luau begins with a beautiful shell lei greeting. Luau is a celebration of Polynesian culture bringing together island cuisine and ancestral singing and dancing. You can participate in island arts and crafts and there is an open bar. Listen as the storyteller passes along South Pacific legends. Against a backdrop of flickering torches you’ll hear of the night marchers – ghosts of ancient warriors. Watch as the Kalua pig is unearthed from the imu – traditional underground oven – where it has been slow cooking for hours. Enjoy an extensive buffet of island delicacies, such as luau chicken, Hawaiian sweet potatoes, poi, fresh pineapple, lomi lomi salmon and much more. You’ll be entertained by a Polynesian revue with musicians and dancers. Enjoy storytelling through hula. The finale is an epic fire dance against the rhythm of beating drums.
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