Enjoy the hospitality of a traditional Hawaiian Luau complete with live music, fun games, and tropical beverages on a Hawaiian hotel balcony. Kick back with tropical beer and tall glass of tropical wine while appreciating the beauty of the island sun from the top of a hotel balcony. Bring your friends and family to witness this festive event during your stay on the beautiful island of Hawaii.
Host a fun-filled tropical themed fiesta for your family and friends during your trip across the beautiful beaches and seas of Hawaii on an all-inclusive Hawaiian hotel balcony. Breeze with leis as you feast upon scrumptious tropical favorites like poke food (Tuna bites are a must), grilled shrimp and tuna salad, roasted chicken, and pork and beef tartare. After the feast, wind down by visiting the many popular bars and clubs along Waikiki Beach. Enjoy the lively music, gorgeous sunsets, and tropical fiestas floating on the ocean while sipping on frappes, tall glasses of mixed drinks, and tropical favorites.
During your day on Oahu’s beautiful coastline, explore the many fascinating sights, including historic landmark buildings, lush mountains, and beautiful beaches. On the island’s north shore, head to the Polynesian Cultural Center to enjoy special programs on Maui culture, art, and music. Also check out the annual Na Pali Luau Celebration at the Garden Isle Golf and Country Club. This popular celebration celebrates Na Pali’s rich heritage with lei upon arrival, hula dancing, and delicious tropical cuisine.
After your exciting day on Oahu’s sun filled coastline, head back to the village to enjoy some relaxing and pampering in one of the many tropical vacation homes. Enjoy the traditional Hawaiian luau feast, which features leis for everyone! Or, if you prefer, there is also the opportunity to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center for Hawaiian Arts, where you will experience ukulele, drums, kite dance, hula lessons, and traditional lei upon arrival. The center also offers a library featuring a large selection of books on various topics about the islands.
After returning to your Hawaiian hotel, explore the nearby areas to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of the local culture. Head to the heart of the village to the open air stage known as the Wailua River Walks, which features foot traffic throughout the day. Walk to the end of the pedestrian path where you will find the signature welcome mat statue known as the “Maulah aliakea,” an authentic testimonial to the hardworking labor of the native Hawaiians of Hawaii. In addition to the welcome mat statue, there are other local artisans who may be willing to create custom items for your Hawaiian holiday. If not possible, you will be able to find some native artist that will create a necklace or ring in the colors of your visit to the village.
Head into the Hawaiian village to one of its many restaurants for one of the best meals of the day. You will find locally sourced cuisine such as okra, poke, and chicken kebabs, along with international favorites like tuna sushi and crab cakes. At each restaurant, you will be able to hear the native Hawaiian music of the luau’s performers. While you are here, you can also visit one or two of the beaches inside the Hawaiian park district to take in the sun and surf.
After exploring the open air areas, head back to the Hilton Hawaiian Village to enjoy the more formal socialized atmosphere of this famous resort. The hamu and hula performances showcase local talent while live music rounds out the evening. Formal entertainers include local krewe musicians, fire-breathing artists, and magicians. While at the Hawaiian village, you can also visit the various shops to pick up souvenirs to take home to family and friends.
After enjoying the socially Distanced minded activities for an hour or so, you will want to go do some Lawn Yoga at the open air facility known as Power Plant. Lawn yoga is a discipline that originated in India but has now become extremely popular in the United States. You will learn the basics of stretching and relaxing your body, while working the various muscles in your abdomen and back. As you continue, you will move into mudras and transitions that stretch and elongate your spine as well as the limbs. When you leave the open air facility, you will be drenched in golden sweat. This beautiful scene at the Hilton Hawaiian Village makes it easy to forget that you have only spent two hours inside!
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