Pauoa Bay Underwater Ballet

People watching underwater dancer from the ocean

Underwater Ballet

Ready to take the plunge? You’re invited to witness a once-in-a-lifetime live, solo ballet performance in Fairmont Orchid’s private Pauoa Bay, featuring the renowned underwater performer, Kristina Makushenko (@kristimakusha).

You will embark in the morning with our Hui Holokai Beach Ambassadors by paddling a traditional Hawaiian canoe and discover the captivating Kohala coastline! In the depths of the water, you will paddle to a floating stage and don a mask and snorkel to watch a spectacular dance very few people in the world will ever see live.

Get ready for a captivating and tranquil performance so awe-inspiring, you may need to catch your breath.

$175 USD per person
limited to 7 guests per day

February 13th | 15th | 17th | 20th | 22nd | 24th | 2023

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