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Attending a luau is one of the most celebrated ways to experience Hawaii. You may feel as if you are transported into another world at this entertaining dinner show as you learn about Hawaiian culture through the spirited dances of the hula dancers and the traditional dishes such as such as kalua pork cooked in an imu (underground oven), lomi lomi salmon, poi, and haupia.

  • Chief’s Luau

    Produced by a Polynesian comedian and world champion fire-knife dancer, it should come as no surprise that this authentic, entertaining, and entertaining show is ranked as #1 luau on Enjoy traditional luau foods and the classic mai-tais while you sit back and enjoy the show!

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  • Diamond Head Beach Luau

    Located at the Waikiki Aquarium, this is Hawaii’s only farm to table luau. Explore the marine life exhibits before you settle in for a night of fun cultural activities, delicious locally inspired buffet, and an entertaining show with traditional hula dancing and fire performances.

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  • Germaine’s Luau

    Germaines Luau, also known as the “original backyard-style Hawaiian Luau”, is a favorite amongst luaus on Oahu. Set in the backyard of a beautiful oceanfront property, Germaine’s has been entertaining locals and visitors since 1976. From the Hawaiian-American buffet to the hula dancing, this is a fun night for the whole family.

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  • Ka Moana Luau

    Learn about the Polynesian culture through dance, activities, storytelling, and delicious food at this oceanfront luau located in Sea Life Park. Ka Moana Luau has been ranked as Hawaii’s top luau for young travelers, and is a favorite among families visiting Oahu.

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  • Paradise Cove Oahu

    Experience Paradise Cove Luau, one of the most popular Luaus on Oahu. Enter the luau and you will be greeted with a classic Hawaiian cocktail, the mai tai. From there, the fun and entertainment only gets better! Located at the Ko Olina Resort you will enjoy sunset views, hula dancing, fire dancing, and a buffet delicious and traditional Hawaiian feast.

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