O‘ahu’s only 12-acre beachfront lū‘au has a spectacular sunset waiting just for you. And you’ll find it only at Paradise Cove Lū‘au. Facing the open ocean, enjoy the view and immerse yourself in an evening of family fun when you become part of the ‘ohana (family).
Jo-Ann Bayne has been with Paradise Cove Lū‘au for 20 years. “We believe that a lū‘au is a gathering for family and friends to celebrate special occasions or to just experience a traditional lū‘au and become immersed in the culture,” says Bayne.
“To engage our guests in an evening of memories, music, song and dance, it’s something they’ll remember for a lifetime,” she adds. “We have the most beautiful sunsets, and our show is orchestrated by two local kumu hula (hula teachers), Tracie Lopes and La‘akea Perry.”
Highlights of the evening’s activities include a shower of flowers upon arrival, arts and crafts, Hawaiian games, participating in a hukilau (pulling in the fishing net on the shoreline) and viewing the imu (underground oven) ceremony.
The menu has something for everyone—traditional Hawaiian dishes, local favorites and continental cuisine. And as the sun sets, enjoy the Paradise Cove Extravaganza by award-winning performers. Enjoy an evening in paradise!