The Royal Kona Resort in Kailua-Kona hosts an extravagant evening immersed into Polynesian culture, with thumping drums roaring against the crashing waves of the Pacific.
The Pacific luau is an immersive Hawaiian feast filled with theater, cultural stories, Hawaiian culinary delicacies, and a ravishing, lei-wrapped welcome.
Skilled performers will weave a tapestry of the Polynesian way of life in flowers and fire while you sit back and breathe in the lush ocean aroma with your loved ones.
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Table of contents
- What to expect at Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
- Where to book tickets
- How do online tickets work
- Voyagers of the Pacific Luau ticket price
- Voyagers of the Pacific Luau tickets
- How to reach Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
- Voyagers of the Pacific Luau timings
- How long does the luau experience take
- Best time to attend Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
- Voyagers of the Pacific Luau reviews
- FAQs about the Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
What to expect at Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
Enjoy a grand welcome of shell lei greetings as you step into the Royal Kona’s Voyagers of the Pacific Luau event against the beautiful oceanfront views of Kailua Bay.
Leis are necklaces made of flowers, leaves, or seashells that were previously worn by the Hawaiian royalty to show wealth and rank; they are now used as a symbol of love, friendship, and honor.
Witness the ancient Imu ceremony as your hosts excavate a roasted pig from a pit of hot coals, leaves, and cloth in the ground and take the cooked pork away for shredding.
Watch the sun go down on the dreamy oceanfront as you comfortably settle down, sipping on your mai tais.
Indulge in the unique opportunity to explore the traditions and island cuisines of Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji, and more—all in one enchanting evening.
Prepare to be enthralled by cultural performances as the talented cast takes center stage and shares captivating stories through art, including exhilarating drum beats, hula performances, and the final act of the menacing Samoan fire knife dance.
Savor a complimentary dinner with delicious Kalua pork, poke, poi, lomi salmon, and a plethora of fresh fruits.
Enjoy fun group activities such as lei-making workshops, ukulele lessons, and more.
Where to book tickets
Tickets to Voyagers of the Pacific Luau Tour are available online or at the attraction.
Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the venue.
When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.
When you book early, you also get your preferred time slot.
Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.
How do online tickets work
Visit the booking page for Voyagers of the Pacific Luau Tour.
Select the number of tickets, preferred date, and time slot, and buy the tickets immediately.
Once you complete the booking process, the tickets will be mailed to you.
There is no need to get printouts of the ticket.
You can show the e-ticket on your smartphone to the staff at the pickup point and carry a valid ID.
Voyagers of the Pacific Luau ticket price
For the Voyagers of the Pacific Luau Tour, the ticket cost for all ages above 12 is US $178.
Children between the ages of six and 11 can get access at US$69.
Infants under the age of six are not charged anything.
Voyagers of the Pacific Luau tickets
Tickets to the Voyagers of Pacific Luau will bring you an adventure that lets you sail the cultural currents of the Pacific, and experience the diversity and beauty of the islands in a single evening.
Be welcomed with a lei greeting, witness the Imu ceremony, watch stunning fire-dance and other cultural performances, absorb the beautiful Kailua Bay Tours while sipping on Mai Tais, and munch on delectable island cuisine.
Adult Ticket (12+ years): US$178
Child Ticket (6 to 11 years): US$69
Infant Ticket (up to 5 years): Free
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How to reach Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
The Voyagers of the Pacific Luau event is held at Royal Kona Resort in Kailua-Kona.
Address: 75-5852 Ali‘i Dr, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States. Get Directions.
Kailua-Kona has an international airport called Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport.
Kailua Kona is 77 miles (124 km) from Hilo, the capital town of the Big Island.
The Royal Kona Resort is easily accessible by public transportation.
The Ali’I Drive @ Across From Royal Kona Resort bus station is a 2-minute walk away from the Royal Kona Resort.
The bus lines 201 (Kona Trolley Northbound) and 203 (North Kailua Kona) pass through bus stops near Royal Kona Resort.
Put your starting point here to drive to the Royal Kona Resort.
Cars for rent and taxis for hire are easily available.
The resort has parking spaces. In addition, you’ll find more parking spots nearby.
Voyagers of the Pacific Luau timings
The Voyagers of the Pacific Luau experience begins at 5 pm at the Royal Kona Resort in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island, Hawaii.
The tour is open to guests four days a week.
The tour does not take place on Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
How long does the luau experience take
The Voyagers of The Pacific Luau experience takes approximately 3 hours.
This time frame covers everything, from the lei greetings, to the workshops, fire dance performances, and dinner.
Best time to attend Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
The best time to attend the Voyagers of The Pacific Luau experience is 5 pm in the evening, so that you can watch the sunset on the oceanfront while you sip on your Mai Tais.
Voyagers of the Pacific Luau reviews
Voyagers of the Pacific Luau is a highly-rated tourist attraction.
Check out three Voyagers of the Pacific Luau reviews we selected from Tripadvisor, which give you an idea of what to expect at this attraction:
A wonderful night out!
We were well entertained with the local musicians and well fed. The buffet was excellent with a variety of local foods to try. The MC was perfect for the role. We enjoyed his storytelling and kept us captivated all evening. And the fire dance was spectacular!
Super cute Tiki mugs
We stayed at Royal Kona Resort and saw a long line for the buffet at night, then realized the hotel offers this great Luau.
We quickly reserved the seats for the next day. They have general admission and VIP admission tickets.
VIP tickets come with a premium seat, early access to dinner, Tiki mugs, Kukui nut lei, and one complimentary photo. The Tiki mug was super cute and the leis were beautiful. We decided to have our photo taken before the dinner started, and the photographer was super friendly! The photo he took came out great!!
Very entertaining and good food
The dancers are great – really loved all of the different dances that they did. The food was also very good.
The mai-tai drinks are unlimited (until 7pm) but they are very weak (even with the floater of rum that is offered). But delicious nonetheless!
Great view of the ocean as the background to the show.
FAQs about the Voyagers of the Pacific Luau
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the Voyagers of the Pacific Luau:
Yes, the tour provides wheelchair access as well as stroller access.
In the event of rain, all aspects of the event will proceed as planned except for the performance, which will be postponed.
In such cases, you will receive a 50% refund.
While the luau gladly offers vegan and gluten-free alternatives, it unfortunately is unable to entertain all special menu requests.
The Royal Kona resort is located just 9 miles (14.4 km) south of the Kona Airport.
Tourists can buy tickets for the Voyagers of the Pacific Luau online or at the venue, on the day of their visit. For the best experience we suggest you book your tickets online, in advance.
All seating is at communal tables. General admission seating is open seating while VIP seating is pre-assigned.
There is no dress code for the Luau. You are advised to wear comfortable clothes and closed-toed shoes.
Wear lightweight clothing during the summer, but do note that after the sun goes down, the temperature may drop significantly.
A hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and a light jumper may be included.
During winters. long sleeves and trousers will be enough.
You might also wish to bring a light jacket or sweater with you.
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