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Waimea Valley Luau Test

Created with Sketch. 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712, USA
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Duration

4-9.5 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

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Itinerary

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Cultural Demonstrations & Polynesian Games

Pre-luau activities include traditional food preparation, coconut leaf weaving, poi ball dancing, and making hot chocolate from cocoa beans.

Traditional Kava Ceremony

Imbibe in this traditional drink as part of this old Polynesian ceremony.

15 mins

Luau Dinner

Enjoy a delicious luau buffet dinner, with the food being made fresh every night!

1 hr

Polynesian Show

Enjoy a night of music, hula, and fire knife dancing!

1 hr

Aloha and Farewell!

Check-out & Drop-off

Included/Excluded

  • Flower lei / Luau dinner / Admission to Waimea Valley & Falls / Cultural activities / 1 drink ticket for Adults Only

Tour's Location

Created with Sketch. 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712, USA

FAQs

Are there changing rooms available at Waimea Valley?
Yes, changing rooms are available for use. You are welcome to bring a change of clothes for the luau if you plan to swim in Waimea Falls earlier in the day.
What can I do at Waimea Valley?
Toa Luau admission includes general admission to Waimea Valley, which you can explore before the luau begins. Open at 9 am, the valley includes a botanical gardens, a short, paved hike, and the beautiful Waimea Falls where you can swim in the natural pool beneath the waterfall.
How much time should I plan to spend at Waimea Valley?
If you intend on visiting the valley prior to the luau, plan on spending an hour to 90 minutes there visiting and checking out the attractions, perhaps more if you plan on swimming.
What is a kava ceremony?
Kava is a traditional Polynesian drink that produces feelings of relaxation and cheerfulness without affecting the mind. In its traditional form, the drink is perfectly safe and has no addictive effects. A kava ceremony is a traditional that involves ritual drinking of kava with formal roles of host and guest.
Is there Wi-Fi in the Valley?
There is limited free Wi-Fi available throughout Waimea Valley provided by IMI free Wifi. Cell phone reception can be unstable in the area, however.
Can I go through the valley on a separate day?
No, access is only valid on the same day as the luau. Therefore, come early! Allow at least 2 hours to explore the valley

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