Ka wa’a returning to Aulani resort on March 27

Ka wa'a

In just a few weeks, even more magic is returning to Aulani Resort! At the end of this month, guests will once again be welcomed with a magical lu’au that marks the beginning of a magical stay! On March 27, Ka Wa’a, a Lu’au at Aulani Resort will return and bring all-new memories for guests along with it!

Of course, Disney plans on protecting both guests and their performers and will continue with health and safety measures that have already been put in place. This ensures that everyone involved in the process stays safe and healthy while at Disney’s Aulani Resort!

Before the lu’au begins, families are encouraged to participate in Hawaiian activities from the comfort of their own table. Together, guests can enjoy ahi poke and lomilomi salmon salad, imu-style braised pork, island fish, teriyaki chicken, local seasonal vegetables and a dessert trio. To accompany the meal, non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages are included in the event price.

The lu‘au is offered three nights per week at 5 p.m., weather permitting. Reservations can be made online, or by calling (844) 284-7644. Reserve early as seating is limited to maintain physical distance between parties.

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