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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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.

Paiea on Big Island

by Jonathan Howery
March 29th, 2015

Many do not realize that the Hawaiian Islands unification can be traced to a certain beginning. That beginning is in Paiea on Hawaii Island, or Big Island. The simple fact is that Kamehameha the great was born in Paiea. The kahuna, priests of Hawaii’s original religion, foretold of a great king that would unite all the Hawaiian islands. The signs of his coming would be a comet in the year he was born and the strength to lift the Naha Stone. Kamehameha was born when Halley’s Comet flew across Hawaiian skies in 1758. He grew up under his uncle’s teachings in the Kohala region of Big Island. There he grew stronger with training and became wiser with learning. When he was only 14 years old he was said to have lifted the Naha Stone which weighed over 5,000 lbs. He was the only person who had ever done it before.

After word spread of his deed he eventually was called to be an advisor of King Kalaniopuu. When Kalaniopuu died in 1782, Kamehameha overthrew the heir to the throne and claimed Hawaii Island as his own. When Captain George Vancouver came to the islands on behalf of the British Empire in 1793, there was much trade conducted between the great king and the Europeans. Food and timber was traded for guns and cannons giving Kamehameha the power to fulfill his destiny. He conquered Maui and Molokai very quickly and then dominated Oahu in 1795. Finally, in 1810 the king of Kauai surrendered thus making Kamehameha the uniter of the Hawaiian Islands.

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