Aloha Kai Luau Official Site offers the best authentic luau in Oahu overlooking the Ocean and Rabbit island featuring an award-winning production. Witness world class entertainment at the best luau in Oahu, that begins and ends with fire!
At Aloha Kai Luau we offer 3 options for our Luau seating and upgrades.
Seating chart represents Luau Packages.
Beginning Jan 1st, 2023
We will be offering EARLY transportation for guests who wish to redeem their included admission to Sea Life Park the same day as their Lūau. To book, select one of our "EARLY Transportation" options from the booking calendar.
If something comes happens, and You are not able to make it, we are here to help You. At Aloha Kai Luau, You are welcome to email any changes to 36 hours prior to your scheduled visit.
When you book from the Official Aloha Kai Luau site, the price you pay is the best that is offered on the internet.
Aloha Kai Luau guarantees the security of its online bookings through encryption and protocols.
No other company that sells tickets to the Aloha Kai Luau can offer you this guarantee. Your order has priority over all other vendors that might also sell the Luau. Seats sell out quickly sometimes weeks in advance.
Come and participate in some of the most cherished traditions of the islands during our interactive activities before the show! You'll get to see the ancient tradition of Polynesian tattooing, learn how to weave with coconut, play the ukulele, make a kupe'e, and learn about hula implements. You'll also have the opportunity to watch mini-performances such as coconut tree climbing, a coconut demonstration, and hulas performed during dinner.
A luau imu is a traditional Hawaiian underground oven used to cook food, usually a whole pig, for a luau feast. The pig is coated in salt and wrapped in banana leaves before being placed in a pit lined with hot rocks. The pit is then covered with sand, creating an oven-like environment that cooks the food slowly and evenly. The luau feast is a celebration that often includes traditional Hawaiian music, dance, and food. In addition to the pig cooked in the imu, the feast may also include other dishes such as poi, laulau, and haupia. The luau is a celebration of Hawaiian culture and is enjoyed by people of all ages.
Overall, a Polynesian luau show is a vibrant and exciting cultural experience that combines music, dance, and food to give audiences a taste of the traditions of the Polynesian islands.
One of the most exciting and visually impressive elements of a Polynesian luau show is fire knife dancing, also known as "siva afi" or "aisi." In this dance, the performer manipulates a long, burning knife or spear with fast-paced, precise movements, often in time to the music. Fire knife dancing is a thrilling and dangerous performance that requires skill, strength, and courage. It is a traditional dance that originated in Samoa and has been passed down through the generations.
Located at iconic Sea Life Park Hawaii, Where the Heart Meets the Sea™.* Get inspired by amazing marine animals during a show or by observing them in their habitats! If you're looking for a more unique Hawaii experience, you can swim with dolphins, sharks, sea lions, or Hawaiian rays! *Included tickets to Sea Life Park Hawaii are General Admission. Silver Package Tickets are valid for redemption within five (5) days after luau date. Gold Package Tickets are valid for redemption within ten (10) days after luau date. *Reservations not required for Luau guests. Visit park's main ticket office and show your Luau confirmation email to redeem!
Sea Life Park is currently open DAILY from 10:00AM - 4:00PM