Toa Luau At Waimea Valley
Get Up Close and Personal with the Polynesian Culture at Waimea Valley
The Waimea Valley is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the island of Oahu. It is a nature park and botanical garden that features a waterfall, a sacred Hawaiian temple, and the most diverse collection of plants on the island of Oahu. Nestled in the lush foliage of the valley is where you’ll experience the world-famous Toa Luau.
Immerse yourself in the culture of Polynesia
Enjoy a delicious Hawaiian feast
See traditional Polynesian dances and music
Take part in cultural activities such as kava ceremonies and lei making
Get up close and personal with the beauty of Waimea Valley Park
Admission fees for the Waimea Valley cultural site, botanical gardens, and Waimea Falls included in pricing
Interactive and family-friendly
Two convenient start times available at 1pm and 5pm
Looking for a unique and unforgettable experience? The Toa Luau at Waimea Valley is the perfect place to immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture. You’ll enjoy a delicious Hawaiian feast, be entertained by live music and dance, and participate in authentic Polynesian activities. It’s the perfect way to spend a Saturday!
When you arrive at the luau grounds, you’ll be greeted with a traditional flower lei. You’ll then have the opportunity to participate in cultural activities such as kava ceremonies, cooking demonstrations, and lei-making. The luau show features traditional Polynesian dances and music, as well as a fire knife dance performance. You’ll also get to taste some of the delicious Hawaiian food that’s been prepared for the feast.
If you want to experience an authentic Polynesian luau, but don’t know where to start, then the Toa Luau at Waimea Valley may be just what you’re looking for. Not only will it get you out of touristy Waikiki, but it is also the perfect place for you to immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of Hawaii.
Afternoon Luau Activity & Event Itinerary
|AdultAge 13 years and up||$115.00|
|ChildAge 5 and 12 years old||$95.00|
|AdultAge 13 years and up||$145.00|
|ChildAge 5 and 12 years old||$125.00|
|AdultAge 13 years and up||$175.00|
|ChildAge 5 and 12 years old||$145.00|
Includes seating in the Silver Area as well as one (1) complimentary adult drink ticket.
Includes all of the features of the Silver Package, as well as seating in the Gold Area and two adult drink tickets.
Includes all of the features of the Gold Package, as well as seating in the VIP Area and three adult drink tickets.
Gratuity for the performers
The Toa Luau at Waimea Valley can be reached by car, bus, or rideshare. The commute from Waikiki to Waimea Valley typically takes approximately 1-1.5 hrs. Catching the bus may take more than twice as long, but it will bring you directly to the entrance of Waimea Valley. It is recommended to arrive early as there is plenty to explore in this gorgeous valley.
Both the 1 pm and 5 pm shows are the same, but those who are catching public transportation from Waikiki may want to consider catching the earlier show as it can be difficult to find transportation back from the Northshore after 7 pm.
Any request for a refund prior to 72 hours is honored with a full cash refund.
Cancellations made outside of the above parameters are non-refundable
No shows are also non-refundable
At the Toa Luau, guests will have the opportunity to participate in cultural activities such as kava ceremonies, cooking demonstrations, and lei making. The luau show also features traditional Polynesian dances and music, as well as a fire knife dance performance.
The Toa Luau at Waimea Valley offers a buffet of traditional Hawaiian luau food, as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. Guests can expect to find traditional dishes such as Kalua pig, lomi lomi salmon, poi, Haupia, and more.
Waimea Valley is a 3,000-acre nature preserve with gorgeous gardens, waterfalls, and hiking trails. Guests will have the opportunity to explore the valley before or after the luau.