This is one of the best luaus on the island, especially since they happily welcome keiki. The location — near the Ahuena Heiau, where King Kamehameha the Great ruled in peace and prosperity until he died — is stunning. See the thatched Heiau (temple) and his hale (home). Modern dance choreography, paired with traditional Polynesian dance and Hawaiian music, creates a spectacular performance. The feast includes cuisines from the Island of Samoa, the Hawaiian islands, the Tahitian Islands and New Zealand.