E Ala Ē – A Greeting of the Sun

As the sun rises each morning, the Hawaiian people call on the rising of the sun to awaken from the deep ocean, climbing to the highest heavens. Providing enlightenment and prosperity for all of Hawaiʻi and her people. 

Location: Polo Beach
Time: December 11th: 7:00AM - 7:05AM

Other Events You May Like

a group of kits watching the sunset as a man blows into a shell

Torch Lighting Ceremony

For centuries, Hawaiians have signaled the day’s end by blowing the (conch shell). In the traditional way, we light torches to prepare for the evening and end the celebration with an oli (chant). Join us every evening at sunset for this special tradition.
Location: Lower Lagoon Pool
Time: December 8th: 5:30PM - 6:00PM

Hula Lessons

The hula is a traditional Polynesian dance accompanied by chants and gestures, known for its signature graceful hand movements and swaying style. The hula is a way of life in Hawaiʻi, an ancient form of communication which predates written language. We invite you to learn about the art of hula during your stay, and channel your own mana (energy) into dance. 
Location: Gazebo
Time: December 11th: 10:00AM - 11:00AM

Ornament Making

Create beautiful memories with your ʻohana at our Hawaiian-inspired ornament making workshop held at Hale Kukuna.
Location: Hale Kukuna
Time: December 23rd: 3:00PM - 4:00PM