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150th Jubilee of Hawaii’s Last King

Born on November 16, 1836, Kalakaua ascended to the throne in 1874 and ruled until his death in 1891. His reign was characterized by a dedication to preserving Hawaiian culture, fostering economic development, and engaging in international diplomacy. Often referred to as the "Merrie Monarch" due to his love for music and dance, Kalakaua's legacy extends beyond his political role, influencing the spiritual and cultural landscape of Hawaii. David Laʻamea Kamananakapu... Read More
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Handicap-Friendly Luau in Hawaii

The luau staff deserves accolades for their warmth and hospitality. From the moment we arrived, we were greeted with genuine smiles and treated like honored guests. The attentiveness and friendliness of the staff added an extra layer of comfort, making us feel like part of the ohana (family).  As a wheelchair user, I was thrilled that the site is totally handicap-friendly. I saw three guests in wheelchairs and each had excellent... Read More