Hawaiian Hula Dancers


Village presentation times: 12:05, 1:30, 3:05, 4:30

It’s time to tell stories with your hands. In the Hawai'ian village you’ll not only learn some basic hula movements, but also discover the deeper commitment hula students make to their art, the intricacies of the motions, and the heritage of the hula implements and instruments.

Gain insights into the ancient kapu, or taboo system, that meant men and women ate in separate houses. Learn how taro is harvested, cooked, and turned into the staple food, poi. Of course, you are also welcome to sample some. Observe how women craft leaves into beautiful Hawai'ian leis and other useful items.