• What is a luau?

    A luau is great way to immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture, try traditional island foods and watch a Polynesian show with music and dances from Hawaii and greater Polynesia.

  • What does my admission ticket include?

    Your admission includes a luau dinner and a Polynesian show, featuring traditional dances of the Islands. Most luaus also feature a variety of island arts & crafts and cultural presentations, such as hula and ukulele lessons.

  • Do I need to make a reservation?

    Yes. We recommend making a reservation at least a couple of days in advance. Many popular luaus sell out sometimes weeks in advance, so the earlier you can book, the better.

  • Are there foods for vegetarians?

    Many luaus offer vegetarian food options. Please refer to the specific luau page for more information about menu options.

  • What do I wear?

    Casual dress is fine, such as casual Aloha attire. For chilly evenings a light jacket is recommended.

  • How long does a luau last?

    A luau typically lasts around 3 hours.

  • Is a luau wheelchair accessible?

    Yes. If you require special accommodations, have a wheelchair or have any other special needs, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance of your luau date.

  • What happens if the weather is bad?

    On the rare occasion that a luau needs to be canceled, you will be notified and will receive a refund.

  • My question is not on this list.

    We are here to help. If you have another question about any of the luaus on our website, please call or email our reservations department.