Gather for an authentic Hawaiian experience under an open-air pavilion and enjoy a breathtaking performance chronicling an epic sea voyage from Tahiti to Hawaii with graceful hula dancers, fire poi balls and stunning fire knife dancing.
The epic tale of “Kalamaku” is brought to life by talented local performers, live music and stunning costumery. Relax to live music while sipping a Mai Tai from the open bar under the canopy of a mango tree and witness the traditional imu ceremony where a roasted pig is unearthed from an underground oven.
Dine on delightful local dishes with fresh ingredients sourced from Kauai farms. Tuesday and Thursday evenings and select Mondays in summer and winter. Choose your adventure with three available packages
Historic Kilohana Plantation on a sprawling 104-acres in Lihue, Kauai is home to Luau Kalamaku and includes an agricultural park, railway, restaurant, shops, a rum company and more. Sugar baron Gaylord Wilcox built the estate in 1935 and today the manor is a beautiful example of plantation era architecture.
Guests who select the Plantation Owner’s Evening package dine around the impressive courtyard at Gaylord’s Restaurant in the manor house.
You’ll find unique treasures at the Artisan Market skillfully crafted by Kauai’s talented artisan community: timeless keepsakes, local delicacies and sweet treats and clothing and intricate jewelry made from nature’s materials are just some of the items available in the market which is held exclusively for guests of Luau Kalamaku.
Climb aboard an authentic plantation train and circle the heart of Kilohana Plantation. Experience its lush beauty on a conductor-narrated tour.
Breeze past orchards of fruit trees, dense forests and sprawling picturesque pastures inhabited by resident wildlife including donkeys, horses, goats, geese, wild pigs and more.