This was our first lu'au experience and we enjoyed the pre-dinner activities as well as the dinner. Many Polynesian traditions were explained throughout the evening. The dinner itself was good and there was plenty of food - we had no trouble finding food we all enjoyed. The dancers and entertainers were fun to watch and listen to, especially the gentleman explaining how to prepare a coconut for eating! We were able to sit outside, right by the water and enjoy the evening. The only downside was the long line to get into the venue, get there early if you want to experience more of the activities prior to dinner.
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