Poi Facts
I'd Like To Go To A Luau -- Where Can I Find One?
By Honu Hawaii Activities
Feb 26, 2007 - 2:24:00 PM

Hula Dancers At Sunset
I'm going to visit Hawaii? Where can I experience poi?

The Hawaiians ate poi on a daily basis -- in fact they held ceremonies every night of the year and poi was a major part of that feast. A luau is a Hawaiian feast, in history restricted to royalty and now available to the masses. There are many different luaus across the four major Islands; Oahu, Kauai, Maui and Hawaii's Big Island.

If you are planning a trip to Hawaii at any point we reccomend our partner site where you can find all the luaus that Hawaii has to offer in one place. You can find some cheesy luaus and some very authentic luaus. They have experienced them all.

Samoan Fire Eater
The folks at Honu loved the party atmosphere that you can find at Germaines Too Good To Miss Luau on Oahu's west coast by Barbers Point.

Paradise Cove Luau is also held on Oahu's west coast by the Ko'Olina resort and spa.  This luau specialises in cultural aspects of Hawaiian life, with traditional Hawaiian games and fun for the whole family.

The Polynesian Cultural Center in La'ie on Oahu's northwest shore is second to none:  it's Hawaii's highest paid visitor attraction.  The Center is dedicated to educating people about the Polynesian way of life.

Guests at a Luau
There are also some very good luaus on the other islands with such luaus as the Royal Lahaina Luau on Maui and Smiths Tropical Paradise Luau on Kauai. You can find maps of the four major island on Hawaii here.

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