Experience a Hawaiian luau on Kauai like no other with our three great packages designed to give you the most out of your Luau Kalamaku adventure. The luau is operated every Tuesday and Friday. Join us for a night filled with fire dancers, graceful hula and delicious food all under the beautiful tropical Kauai night skies.
Come early and stroll the Plantation’s tropical grounds as you enjoy the late afternoon sun or walk through the cultural demonstration and view the crafter’s beautiful creations that are all “Made in Kauai”. Then sit back and prepare for a spectacular Hawaiian Kauai luau show filled with hula, fire dancers, and a story that is sure to touch your heart.
These inspirational falls are located on the island of Kauai in the Hawaiian island archipelago. The northwest side of the island is home to the awesome Waimea Canyon and deep inside the canyon are the Waipoo Falls. This amazing natural wonder is a two tier waterfall that drops an estimated 800 feet into the canyon.
There is a formation located in the Nounou mountain range on the island of Kauai that is known as the “sleeping giant”. You are able to get a good look at the profile of the “giant” from almost anywhere in Kapa’a. The feature that stands out the most and is easily spotted is his chin. There are amazing views of Kapa’a and Wailua River, you are also treated.
Wailua Falls are often considered to be one of the most popular naturally occurring falls in the Hawaiian Islands. This gorgeous destination is located on the island of Kauai, the Garden Isle, near the town of Lihue and feeds into the Wailua river. This breathtaking sight has been featured on the opening credits of the television show Fantasy Island
The safety and well-being of our guests, partners and local community is our top priority. Therefore, in line with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations, and Governor Ige directive, Lu’au Kalamaku has temporarily suspended its operations through July 31st. Please note there is a 14 Day Mandatory Quarantine in place for all visitors to the state. For more information please visit: https://www.hawaiitourismauthority.org/news/alerts/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/
We will continue to follow the advice of the Office of the Governor and the CDC and will adjust our operations accordingly. If you have inquires regarding a current or future booking, our phone lines are open Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm and closed Saturday and Sunday. You can also send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to welcoming you and sharing aloha when it is safe to do so.
"Mahalo nui loa" - The Lu’au Kalamaku Ohana