Kona Luau – Kailua Kona Luau
Kona-Luau.com offers all the Kailua-Kona luaus on the Big Island of Hawaii. Make your selection from the following four fabulous Kona luaus: Royal Kona Luau, Island Breeze Luau, Haleo Luau and Gathering of the Kings Luau.
All four Kona luaus include a delicious luau feast featuring popular Hawaiian delicacies, such as kalua pig, lomi lomi salmon and island fish, as well as all-time American favorites. There is something for everyone - just make sure you arrive hungry!
In addition to the scrumptious feast, a Hawaiian luau is also about experiencing the local culture. All Kona luaus include a spectacular Polynesian show featuring music and dances from Hawaii and greater Polynesia, including Hawaiian hula and the Samoan fire-knife dance.
Pick your favorite Big Island luau and get your discounted tickets on Kona-Luau.com! Kona luaus usually sell out quickly, so reserve your seats early. Kona-Luau.com offers the best prices on all Kona luaus!
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If you have any questions that haven't been answered on this site, you can always reach one of our Hawaiian luau specialists at 1-866-482-9775. They'll be happy to answer any additional questions you may have and can assist you with your booking.
Kona-Luau.com strives not only to be the best informational site, but to also guarantee the lowest prices on all Big Island luaus in Kailua-Kona and the surrounding area.
by Jonathan Howery
March 21st, 2015
Kailua-Kona, often just named Kona, is the central hub for the towns of West Hawaii Island. Captain James Cook first sailed into Kailua Bay and landed in the town in 1779. He was also slain at Kealakekua Beach just to the south of Kona. Kona was established by King Kamehameha the Great to be his seat in the government when he was first chief of Hawaii Island. After he unified all of the Hawaiian Islands he made it the first capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii. The capital of the kingdom later moved to Lahaina and then finally to Honolulu.
Kona was the site of some of the first missionary efforts in Hawaii which turned the small fishing village into a sea port. Kona Coffee is a famous brand of coffee that is sold around the world and is produced on the slopes of Mauna Loa and Hualalai. Kailua-Kona hosts the annual Ironman Triathlon every year in addition to Hawaiian International Billfish Competition and the Kona Coffee Festival.
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