After being greeted with a mai tai, you can take a walk through the Hawaiian Village and learn to make lei, try your hand at spear throwing, or learn the ancient net fishing techniques of Hawaii. Paradise Cove even has Hawaii’s only “Imu Amphitheatre,” where you’ll have a front row seat to the intricate and traditional process of cooking using an underground imu oven. After the feast, enjoy an impressive display of Hawaiian and Polynesian song and dance at the Hawaiian Dinner Show and Hula.
Shuttles are also available for Waikiki hotel pickups for about $16 round trip. Prices range from $97/adult and $75/child to more elaborate packages that include a lei greeting, souvenirs and photos for $177/adult and $139/child. Online reservations are accepted until 12pm on the day of the luau. But you can always call their reservations department at (808) 842-5911 for additional assistance.
Paradise Cove is known for its celebration of Hawaii’s values, history and culture while giving guests a traditional Hawaiian experience.
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