Hawaii Alive Luau Show
Enjoy an exciting evening with one of Hawaii’s top dance company’s. Meet the Punua family of entertainers, in an upbeat and fun-filled event complete with live music, drums, dancers and fire! Held Outdoors at the Niihau Court (next to the Koi fishpond), amidst tiki torches & palm trees. Valet parking is Free, & the entrance to the luau show opens at 7:30 pm. The show concludes at 9:00 pm.
Duration:  1hr 30mins - 2hrs
Hawaii Alive Luau Dinner & Show
Arrive at the hotel at about 5:15 pm. Valet Parking is Free! You will be seated and served poolside at Kukui’s Restaurant for your pre-show dinner. You will be able to enjoy a delicious all you can eat buffet. After dinner, make your way back to the secluded Niihau Court for the amazing Hawaii Alive Luau Show! Dinner Starts at 5:30 pm. Show doors open at 7:30 pm, with open seating in our open-air outdoor theater. There is a covered awning in the event of rain. The show concludes at about 9:00 pm.
Duration:  3hrs 30mins - 4hrs
Kauai - Waimea Canyon Experience
Over 10 miles long and 3,000 feet deep, the Waimea Canyon was formed by erosion and the collapse of the volcano that created Kauai. The expansive peaks and valleys of this geological wonder is a visual treat of vibrant colors at every turn. Red soil lines the Waimea Canyon’s ridges creating a spectacular photo backdrop. The Spouting Horn Blowhole displays raw, natural power and is one of the most photographed places in Kauai. Crashing waves push the saltwater through holes in the lava rock causing fantastic explosions! Hanapepe Valley Lookout reveals panoramic views of the valley surrounded in lush greenery. Drive through charming and historic Koloa Town, the birthplace of sugar in Hawaii.
Duration:  9hrs - 10hrs
Kauai - Movie Adventure
Visit Kauai’s famous movie sites on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Get a backstage pass to Kauai’s filming locations with your film buff guide and enjoy the picturesque scenery. Between film locations, view clips of some of the most notable movies filmed on Kauai. The tour visits locations seen in the blockbuster Jurassic Park movies and stops at Ahukini Landing where major scenes for the film “Donavan’s Reef” with John Wayne were filmed at the pier. Movie buffs obviously gravitate toward this tour, but guests looking for a relaxing a day visiting Kauai’s most romantic, exciting and adventurous locales are also sure to have a wonderful time.