Deluxe Transportation Included
Children: (3-11) $199.00
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Enjoy Oahu's most authentic luau and a spectacular Night Show — with a cast of over 100. Two Twilight Packages offer center access after 4:00pm! The Polynesian Cultural Center stages the Alii Luau in its Hale Aloha Theater, completely renovated in early 2003, comfortably seats 700 guests on individual chairs at tables for eight. All seats have an excellent view of the entertainment.
Hawaii's most authentic luau just got better. The secluded luau site includes a picturesque tropical lagoon, a 15-foot waterfall and an "imu" (the Hawaiian word for underground oven) in which the luau pig is baked.
The luau experience begins as each guest is personally greeted with a fresh flower lei. The evening continues with mouthwatering pork and other traditional delicacies, a recreation of the ancient ceremony of ancient luaus, as well as more contemporary Hawaiian entertainment. Each guest leaves the Ali‘i Lu‘au with a warm feeling that comes from experiencing the food, flavor and fun of old and new Hawaii.
The Center gives you a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the Polynesian culture of seven islands in a beautiful 42-acre setting representing Samoa, New Zealand (Aotearoa), Fiji, Tahiti, Hawaii, the Marqueseas and Tonga.
Go at your own pace and see the islanders in their own habitat, climbing trees, rubbing sticks to create fire, watch war & fire dances, and much more. Enjoy a canoe river ride, watch an incredible IMAX™ film and see Polynesian dancers in their native costumes. After dusk enjoy the spectacular "Horizon" Night Show with a cast of over 100 performers.
1 Twilight Admission & Show Only Package (4pm-9pm): Standard Seating at Horizon Show.
2 Twilight Alii Luau Package (4pm-9pm): Admission to villages, Preferred Seating at Horizon Show, plus fresh flower lei greeting upon arrival. Witness the traditional ritual of removing a well-roasted pig from the fire pit known as an "imu" and enjoy a traditional Alii feast at Hawaii's most authentic Luau!
3 & 4 Twilight Ambassador Packages — Choice of Luau or Dinner (4pm-9pm): Admission to villages, Premium Seating at Horizon Show, your choice of dining — either the traditional Alii Luau, or buffet Prime Rib/Seafood dinner in the Ambassador Restaurant — plus enjoy a delicious pineapple delight dessert.
Schedule: Monday thru Saturday - Not on Sundays
Time: With Twilight packages access after 4:00pm
Location: 55-370 Kamehameha Hwy, Laie, Oahu
Children: 2 & under are free!
Transportation: With and without transportation. Deluxe Transportation includes a narrated scenic tour in an air-conditioned mini couch vehicle. Waikiki pick-up at approximately 2:00pm, and returns to Waikiki at approximately 10:00pm.
Our guide was Lilo and she was energetic and very friendly and out going. I hope you pay her a excellent critic for her work with PCC
Enjoyed the whole total experience, dancers and show was very good.
We enjoyed the shows, canoe ride, luau and especially the show "Horizons". Had fantastic seats. Should have spent the day there. Did not care for our driver.
disappointed with the 'speed' with which the main course was removed from the buffet line-no real chance to go back for seconds on the items you really liked. :( Also, table service for getting drinks was very slow. Overall, it felt more like an assembly line than a luau. However, the show was entertaining and I enjoyed not having to drive myself there and back.
Although I enjoyed the Polynesian CUltural Center Twilight Package, I was disappointed. I had asked when booking the luau if it was on a beach, and I was told yes they all were. Years ago I had been to Germaines Luau and it was on the beach, I really liked that experience but wanted to try another luau. I was told the luau was on the beach, also we were excorted to the luau late and did not get to see the pig uncovered. The best part of the luau package is the little polynesian man who does the coconut demonstration and the fire dancing, I loved that little guy he was the highlight of my trip.
Was raining, didn't have enough time for perusal of the park, not that exciting anyways, dinner was too huge of an affair with 500 people, ok chow, show was good but entire trip was more of a visit to a huge gift shop rather than a cultural experience