The Best Luaus in Oahu and Honolulu
Hawaii is famous for many different things and if you have never heard of a luau then you truly are missing out. It is a traditionally party/ feast that is accompanied by live music and hula dancing. Taking part in a luau around the islands is a must do and they are heald regularly so be sure not to miss it.
The price and cost of a luau in Hawaii can vary by the place and time of year. However you can expect to pay around $100 for typical buffet, drinks and a Polynesian dance and music show. Families are welcome to these places and often children under the age of 5 will be allowed to eat for free.
We at DestinationMundo.com have researched the best places to enjoy a Luau in Oahu and have listed them here.
GERMAINE’S LUAU ON OAHU
$100 PER PERSON
This is a real experience and during this 5 hour dinners show watch the amazing show put on by the dancers and staff. There is a bar with some great local cocktails and a fire-knife dance to enjoy after dinner. The show is famous on the island and all hotels will be able to book tickets for the luau.
$99 PER PERSON
Another fantastic place to take part in a traditional Luau whilst in Hawaii is at Chief’s Luau’s place. The difference with this place is the amazing location being at a backlit cascading waterfall. The feast on offer is amazing and includes kalua pork and pineapple glazed chicken.
KA MOANA LUAU AT SEA LIFE PARK WITH DINNER & SHOW
$99 PER PERSON
The Sea Life Park on the island is our next choice to enjoy luau and also is over 3.5 hours in length. This is a great option for those wanting to take part in lessons such as waving and hula class. The dinner is created by an executive chef with all the best in culinary the island has to offer. The experience ends with the Polynesian Sword of Fire dance. Children under the age of 3 are allowed in for free and all tickets allow admision into Sea Life park, a great bonus as it is an amazing trip itself.
There are also other great places to enjoy a typical Hawaiian luau in both Oahu and Honolulu. If we have missed your favorite place for a luau then we would love to hear your comment below.