The island of Kauai is home to the wettest spot on Earth. The average yearly rainfall on Mt. Waialeale is about 397 inches (10 m).
Kauai is home to Waimea Canyon, also known as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” It measures about 3,000 feet (914 m) in depth and 12 miles (19.3 km) in length.
Kauai is the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands. It’s over six million years old.
Kauai is the northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain and is the most isolated inhabited land mass in the world.
By Hawaii law, no building on Kauai is allowed to be built taller than a palm tree.
The official color for the Island of Kauai is purple.
Kauai Coffee is the largest coffee plantation in the United States.
Kauai is the legendary home of the Menehune, a mythical race of very small people who preformed legendary “magical” feats of construction and engineering, oftentimes overnight.
Kauai has the only navigable rivers in the State of Hawaii.
Nearly 50% of Kauai′s 111 miles of coastline are lined with beautiful beaches.
Kauai is the only Hawaiian island without the mongoose.
97% of the Island of Kauai is used for agriculture and conservation.
Capitan Cook made his first landing in the Hawaiian Islands at Waimea Beach on Kauai.
Some of the rugged cliffs along the Na Pali Coast reach heights of over 2,500 feet.
Move than 70 movies have been filmed on Kauai including Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark, Tropic Thunder, and more.
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The Luau Kalamaku is an unforgettable evening filled with a lavish island buffet and a truly immersive and interactive show. You’ll also be able to explore the many shops and experience the cultural demonstrations that bring the Hawaiian traditions to life.
The Plantation Owners Evening begins with a culinary tour back in time with a four-course dinner at Gaylord’s Restaurant at Kilohana Plantation’s 60-acre orchard and agricultural park. Then you’ll enjoy premier seating at the Luau Kalamaku show.
There are Luau shows and then there’s the Luau Kalamaku show. Our advanced media system and interactive stage transport you to ancient Polynesia during its remarkable migration to the Islands, complete with fire poi balls and fire knife dancing.
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 email@example.com We look forward to welcoming you and sharing aloha when it is safe to do so.
"Mahalo nui loa" - The Lu’au Kalamaku Ohana