Hawaiian Luau

Overview & Activity Comparison

Experience Hawaiian culture and history with a luau in a stunning outdoor setting while the sun sets. You’ll enjoy an all-you-can-eat feast of Hawaiian cuisine, an open bar, emceed entertainment with audience participation, interactive activities, and authentic performances with vibrant costumes from Hawaii, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa culminating in the exciting fire-knife dance.

For a limited time, both of our luaus are discounted up to 15-20% when booked online!

Guidebook Reviews

Oahu Revealed guidebook:

Going to a luau can be a real blast, and it's highly recommended

Fodor's Oahu guidebook:

The luau is an experience that everyone should have. Reservations are a must.

Activity Comparison

COVID-19 UPDATE: The Ka Moana Luau reopened December 1. The Diamond Head Luau may reopen in June or later. Please refer to the luau pages for the COVID-19 changes, not the table below.
Activity 1
Ka Moana Luau
Activity 2
Diamond Head Luau
Location East Oahu (30 min from Waikiki) Waikiki
Transport Available Yes (multiple Waikiki/Honolulu stops and cruise ship) No (but convenient to and even walkable from most Waikiki lodgings)
Availability may vary; see booking calendars
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun Mon, Th, Fri, Sun
Attraction Included
Where the luaus are located
Sea Life Park ($40/adult value) Waikiki Aquarium ($12/adult value)
Food Traditional luau foods, including Kalua pork, mahi mahi, chicken yakitori, and vegetable stir-fry Gourmet dinner sourced from local farms, including Ahi poke, Kalbi beef short ribs, Kalua pork, and vegan curry
Cocktails, craft beer, wine, non-alcoholic
1-3 included (depending on package) 3 included
Higher price is best seating; includes 10-20% online discount
Age 18+: $84-$143
Age 13-17: $79-$134
Age 4-12: $67-$116
Age 3 & under: Free*
Waikiki Transport: $18/person
Age 18+: $127-$157
Age 13-17: $112-$142
Age 4-12: $71-$101
Age 3 & under: Free*
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