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Hillsborough, North Carolina
May 19, 2003
From journal Hawaii Anniversary 2003
WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina
March 8, 2009
Los Angeles, California
April 28, 2004
The first stop for many adults was the bar section, for a variety of cocktails such as lava flows and blue Hawaiians. These are included, number depending on your chosen package. After the pre-luau activities, everyone gathers for the traditional Imu ceremony, and then it's off to feast on roasted Kalua Pig, salmon, fried chicken, potato salad, and lots more. Then The Paradise Cove Extravaganza: live entertainment featuring hula and fire dancers, singing and more.
Transportation is included. The Royal Ali'i package seems to offer the most bang for your buck, including a flower lei, preferred seating, table service instead of waiting in the long buffet lines, and unlimited (though watered down) Mai Tai's and/or Soft Drinks. Though an expensive activity, if you've never been a luau is a worthwhile activity and there are many discount coupon offers to make it more affordable.
For more info visit Paradise Cove
From journal A Week in Waikiki
Holly Grove, Arkansas
September 28, 2005
While eating and afterwards there was a very entertaining show going on. They were hula dancing and doing different things. They even picked people out of the audience to participate.
The event started at 4:45pm, begun by a Mai Tai greeting. They then had arts-and-crafts and games of skill. You were free to roam the area for a while playing the games or watching everyone. They had nice buildings with restrooms, which was a good idea to visit before getting back on the bus to the hotels. The buses departed around 9:15pm and headed back to the hotels.
This was a very enjoyable experience and was great for all ages. They had storytelling, games, drinks, food, dancing, and music. I would definitely spend the money to go back again.
From journal Waikiki Beach Summer Vacation
April 6, 2005
The food isn't great, but it’s not bad either. The night ends with an hour-long performance of Hawaiian song and dance not to be missed. Everyone left with a smile on their face. There's an informative website at www.paradisecovehawaii.com.
From journal 6 days in Oahu