Luaus are the perfect way for new people to get to know the Hawaiian culture and for old-time residents to become reacquainted with Polynesian tradition. Kauai is a hotbed for luaus that cater to guests by providing authentic cuisine, tremendous entertainment, and a truly enjoyable evening experience. Interestingly, a sizeable amount of Kauai MLS real estate has been dedicated to luaus throughout the island. A traditional luau will start off with an ancient Hawaiian chant, followed by endless buffet lines of Hawaiian cuisine, as well as an interactive night of entertainment. From fire knife juggling to Tahitian dance, guests of any luau are sure to be amazed from arrival to departure. The Grand Hyatt Kauai’s Havaiki Nui Luau is one of the more popular ones, featuring a gourmet menu, traditional conch shell greeting, and lei for all guests. Sheraton Kauai Resort’s Surf to Sunset Luau is located just steps from Poipu Beach and is scenically set against the crescent-shaped beach, gentle surf, and swaying palm trees. A diversified menu caters to guests who are both low-key and adventurous. Smith’s Tropical Paradise Luau is also one of the best because of the beautiful gardens that surround the luau, the magical setting, buffet, and splendid entertainment.