Ka Moana is the closest luau outside Waikiki. Beautiful natural setting, and entertaining show with lots of dancing. The luau feels less processed than most of the others.
COVID-19 CHANGES (April Update): Since reopening in December, there have been multiple changes for the foreseeable future including: 1) All parties will have a private table, and 2) Meal is served cafeteria-style by staff. There is a minimum of 2 people per booking because of the private table. Booking together is best for sitting together.
AVAILABILITY: Due to capacity restrictions currently in place and more limited luaus operating on Oahu, this luau is currently selling out at least a week or two in advance so it is advised to book well ahead of time. The Standard package usually fills up first, so please book that one early, or make sure to check the other seating packages for additional dates that may be available. If you are not seeing any availability for the dates you can do across the 3 (discounted) packages, we do usually have limited additional VIP seats set aside at full price; select the 4th option in the booking form to see availability and book.
Spend a magical evening enriched by Hawaii’s vibrant culture, history, food, and dance.
A great opportunity to venture outside the hustle & bustle of Honolulu to the scenic and sparsely populated southeastern coast, the Ka Moana Luau is located at Sea Life Park, a marine mammal park, bird sanctuary, and aquarium. As an alternative to driving yourself, you can be escorted via tour bus via the beautiful coastal route, which traverses through neighborhoods of the rich & famous as well as past Hanauma Bay, while you enjoy the interesting and entertaining commentary by the driver. Just 30 minutes from Waikiki, the luau setting is worth the journey — flanked by towering cliffs on one side and the ocean on the other with offshore islands adding to the charm.
Upon arrival and being greeted with a lei, a Mai Tai cocktail, and some lomi lomi salmon and poi (blended taro) appetizers, you can stroll the grounds taking photos of the stunning surroundings as the sun sets and also visit the many cultural activity stations, including to learn hula dancing, lei making, weaving, ukulele playing, and temporary Polynesian tattoos.
An all-you-can-eat dinner buffet showcases a variety of island foods, including mahi mahi fish, juicy kalua pork cooked all day in an underground hot stone stove, and tropical desserts. Indulge in the bar that includes specialty tropical cocktails, local craft beer, wine, and more.
Performances during the show portion will take you on a journey through Hawaii and broader Polynesia, both past and present. Highlights include an exciting Maori war dance, graceful hula dancing, and climactic fire dance, with humorous commentary and audience participation sprinkled throughout. You’ll not only be entertained, but also depart with lasting memories and a newfound appreciation for Hawaii.
Also included is (optional) free day admission to Sea Life Park, a $40 value! Coach bus transportation from/to Waikiki is available for only $18/person.
Our online prices as published on this page are up to 15% OFF the retail price! There is no downside versus paying full price.