One thing that’s on many vacationers “to do” list for Hawaii is go to a Hawaiian luau. Here’s a look at the best luaus in Hawaii, how they differ, and which one is right for you.
While all luaus are centered around delicious Hawaiian food, it is the experience as a whole that really makes the memory last. Take a look at the different experiences offered by these luaus and you’ll be sure to pick the one excites you the most!
The delicious and colorful Hawaiian dishes that can be had a Hawaiian luau. (Photo courtesy: Polynesian Cultural Center)
With beautiful hula dancers, daring fireknife performances, delicious food, and rythmic drums, a hawaiian luau is an exciting vacation event you don’t want to miss!
Pair your Hawaiian Luau with an Oahu tour
Oahu is full of amazing sites, don’t you want to see them all? Visit historic Pearl harbor, see the beautiful beaches of north shore, and snap photos of the scenic south shore before settling in for an amazing show and a delicious dinner by pairing your Hawaiian luau with a Circle Oahu Tour
See the amazing Chief Sielu and his South Shore Luau after a day of seeing Oahu’s best sites.
The only luau on Oahu’s south shore, Chief Seilu’s spectacular performance will have you wowing with amazement and laughter for his dinner show. Located at Sea Life Park, you can take a quick walk through the park and see some of the maritime attractions.
We also offer swimming with dolphins at Sea Life Park
If you’re looking to spend the day seeing Oahu’s best sites and end your day with a delicious dinner and a great show, then you need to see the Chief
Experience the magic of Polynesia
The Polynesian Cultural Center has been one of the most popular paid attractions in Hawaii for many years. Only here can you experience the cultures and hospitality of Polynesia in one place.
Cultural exhibits like canoe making, live demonstrations like fire making, ancient polynesian games, and royal events like the canoe pageant make for a fun filled day for the whole family!
Play ancient Hawaiian games like Ulu Maika and do many more fun activities at the Polynesian Cultural Center! (Photo courtesy of Polynesian Cultural Center)
After a fun filled day at the Polynesian Cultural Center
, feast at their Ali’i Luau! Savory dishes from around the South Pacific will delight you before enjoying their award-winning evening show “Ha: Breath of Life.”
With the biggest evening show in Hawaii, this is the Hawaiian luau for you
if experiencing culture and an evening show are the most important factors to you.
Hands-on fun with a Hukilau at Paradise Cove
With the most hands-on fun, the Paradise Cove Hawaiian luau will surely be a fun and exciting night filled with delicious Hawaiian food. Enjoy the sunset and the Imu Ceremony after pulling in the nets from the ancient Hawaiian tradition of Hukilau.
Reeling in the catch of the day with the ancient Hawaiian tradition of the Hukilau!
The fun begins with a warm Aloha! and a Mai Tai (21+) greeting to get you in the luau spirit and start your night off right. This is the luau for you
if participating in fun events before dinner is what excites you.
The original Hawaiian luau at Germaine’s
“Hawaii’s original luau” has been putting on an amazing luau and evening show since 1976. Since then, they have warmed the hearts and enriched the vacations of many visitors to Hawaii.
Beautiful hula dancers are just part of the amazing Germaine’s Luau show!
Enjoy the sunset from Oahu’s west side on this magical evening filled with authentic Hawaiian food, captivating entertainment, and a look into Hawaii culture. Joining Germaine’s Luau will be a phenomenal night to remember
All of the Hawaiian luau packages can be found here
. Many have different prices depending on the types of amenities you would like to have. From complimentary cocktails and buffet options to preferred seating, there are lots of luau options no matter what your travel budget.
The best part about going to a luau on tour is we do the driving! If you have one to many Mai Tai’s you’ll be safe with us driving, and we won’t tell!
Check out this recent blog post
for more information on these Hawaiian luaus.