Luaus in Hawaii are as traditional as the sunshine, and while you’re visiting the islands, a luau is a must. Spending the evening beneath the stars, surrounded by friends, and enjoying the festivities is so much fun, and always a great activity for all ages. The dancing, singing, great food, and captivating performance are included with every luau and this is guaranteed to be one of the best things that you do on Oahu.
There are many Oahu luaus to choose from and the Diamond Head Luau is a terrific choice for those looking to stick close to Waikiki. Visitors with small children that might not want to take a bus ride to a different part of the island especially like the Diamond Head Luau, with the famous landmark in close sight and the aquarium exhibits available prior to the start of the evening.
One of the best parts of the Diamond Head Luau is the food. This luau features a farm to table menu, with items changing with the season and the availability of fresh food. From the Pupu Station, Salad Station with locally farmed vegetables, hot food station featuring entrees like Poke and Kalua Pork, and a dessert station that has too many delicious choices. Add a tropical Mai Tai and a fresh flower lei greeting, and this luau is about as good as it comes.
The star of the luau is the Polynesian entertainment that is performed effortlessly by local entertainers that captivate with the moves and music. Learn the importance of the hula and the stories that go along with each dance as you sit beneath the stars and enjoy a perfect Hawaiian evening.
Each Oahu luau has it’s own special flare, and the Diamond Head Luau is no exception. The setting is perfect and the entertainment and food are incredible, making this luau a special evening on Oahu. The Diamond Head Luau features two seating options, great food, delicious drinks, and a luau that will be one of the best memories of your trip.