Hawaiian royalty lived life to the fullest, so why not do the same on your trip to Hawaii? Check out our new Hawaiian and Polynesian Cultural Center luau tours
for the best vacation experience!
Oahu North Shore and Polynesian Cultural Center Ali’i Luau Tour
Oahu North Shore and Polynesian Cultural Center Ali’i Luau Tour. Photo: Polynesian Cultural Center.
You’re in Hawaii to experience the authentic island culture, and this tour is the perfect match.
Explore Oahu’s famous North Shore
with stops at popular Oahu attractions like the Dole Pineapple Plantation
. You’ll also see world-renowned surfing beaches like Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach, where the waves can be massive in the winter time!
After your North Shore adventure with your friendly, knowledgeable tour guide, you’ll find new discoveries at the Polynesian Cultural Center
. The PCC is home to countless island activities, traditions, peoples, entertainment, and of course, the best luau experience
Your self-guide tour of the Polynesian Cultural Center includes the Ali’i Luau buffet plus the exciting “Ha: Breath of Life” Polynesian show!
Pearl Harbor and Polynesian Cultural Center Luau Tour
Pearl Harbor and Polynesian Cultural Center Luau Tour. Photo courtesy of Polynesian Cultural Center.
Experience all of the above plus a trip to Pearl Harbor.
Discover the best of Oahu’s two most popular attractions, Pearl Harbor and the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Begin your day with riveting narration from one of our expert tour guides—you won’t want to experience the history of Pearl Harbor
without a primer like this!
Explore famous Pearl Harbor attractions like the USS Arizona Memorial
at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center as you spend moments of contemplation in memory of the sailors who lost their lives on December 7, 1941.
Following your Pearl Harbor visit, we will take you to the North Shore of Oahu for a look at the island’s laid-back countryside culture. After a stop at the pineapple-loving Dole Plantation, we make our way around the North Shore until we reach La’ie Town, where the Polynesian Cultural Center
Spend your evening enjoying a feast of authentic Polynesian foods, plus the PCC nighttime show “Ha: Breath of Life”.