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Torch Lighting

Witness a time-honored tradition in Hawaiian culture as our Hui Holokai Beach Ambassadors light torches around the property to celebrate the ending of the day. This ceremonial torch lighting is a significant part of Hawaiian culture and signifies the ending of another beautiful day in paradise. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beauty of Hawaiian culture.

Held prior to sunset, the ceremonial torch lighting is a time-honored tradition in Hawaiian culture, where the blowing of the “pū” (conch shell) takes place to signify the ending of another beautiful day in paradise. Our Hui Holokai Beach Ambassadors take up this traditional role as they light torches around the property to signify the end of the day. A must see for everyone!

Location: Hotel Lobby
Time: October 7th: 5:00pm - 5:50pm

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