As you sip the last drops of your exotic cocktail at our Luau surrounded by your family, knowing tomorrow is check out time for your stay at Tahiti Village- and summer- we hope you pause to savor every last decadent moment of it. And just like that, as if summer couldn’t get any better you see a burst of flames, as if to send you off on your way home with a bang.
Native Polynesians adorned in traditional garb erupt the stage in a riveting and beautiful cultural homage to their island home. You may also be surprised to find the men are also dancing the Hula. Once upon a time, the Hula was actually performed by men. The men that led the tribes, would perform these dances as a way to convey the history of their people and their creation. And as you probably witnessed at our Luau, the Hula is a rigorous dance sure to push your core to its limit.
As our last parting gift for your stay here with us, we want to send you off with a way to keep us and all the memories of your tropical holiday alive all year long. Here are some Hula moves demonstrated by our performers to get your blood and core pumping in the upcoming colder months.