This is suppose to be one of the nicer Luau's in Hawaii, at
the Royal Lahaina Resort. Ticket's are around $70, but
I was able to take advantage of the Entertainment book coupon
for a 50% discount. Click here to pick one up.
The Luau was about 3 hours. There
is an open bar throughout the evening. If you happen to
not be near the bar, the friendly wait staff will make sure
you are not empty handed, as they walk around with platter's
of Mai Tai's and Blue Hawaiian's. A half an hour after
getting there, we helped ourselves to generous portions of
dinner was an extensive one hour show featuring Hula girls,
and flame twirler's.
stopped at Black Rock Beach in Kaanapali for a few hours.
There are a few resorts built right on the beach, and we had
no problem accessing the beach.
It is called Black Rock Beach after the large black rock you
can see in this picture that jets out over the ocean.
If you look closely, you can see a person jumping off the
rock into the ocean. This was a popular event, as their
were a dozen people jumping off this rock doing flips,
twists, and turns before hitting the water. We
snorkeled right out to where they were hitting the water.
As we snorkeled, we could see them under water entering the
water. Visibility here was outstanding at around 100
feet. We were out about 400 feet from the shore, close
to the rock, and the ocean floor was about 70 feet deep.
With such good visibility, we could see plenty of sea life,
along with some adventurous scuba diver's swimming below us.
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