We were a family group with ages ranging from 1 to 70 and everyone had a great time. The grounds are beautiful, nice grassy area overlooking the beach, with lots of room. The second thing I noticed after the beautiful grounds was that the tables were spread out so no one was sitting almost on top of the next person like I have seen at many luaus in Hawaii. They had the bar open when we arrived and you were greeted with either a shell lei or flower lei if you had VIP seats. Flower leis were available for sell if you wanted to purchase one. Pictures were also taken. The drinks were good, not watered down, and you could choose whatever you wanted. Virgin Hawaiian drinks were also available and the children enjoyed them. There were artisans set-up along the fringes with crafts for sell , the wood carving was the best I have seen throughout the islands, and a young woman offering free stamped tatoos, everyone but the baby got one. Hawaii games were played along the opposite fringes. Warning if you have a child that is sensitive don't let them watch the pig being removed from the pit. We saw a close-up and personal view that caused the 4 year old to go meatless. The food was delicious and plentiful. Coffee, tea and desserts were also available and very yummy. High chairs are also available for babies The show started with a hula lesson and everyone was invited to send someone up. Our birthday boy and his 4 year old daughter dance for us. The show was great with some storytelling and some acts I have never seen. Great dance involving a parachute, another with the performer hanging from white drapes attached to a coconut tree and a lot of dancing with fire. Fun evening for all. Valet parking and tip are included in the price.
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