A Hawaiian Luau is a must do on any true travelers time in Hawaii. Do not rerun home without this night of music, food and traditional fun. Try out Hawaii's most visited destination, the Polynesian Cultural Center, for a full day of culture you can't get in any classroom. Take a more laid back approach at Hawaii's backyard luau, Germaine's, providing free transportation from the Waikiki area. One can't go wrong watching the sunset at Paradise Cove Luau, with three packages to make your night most memorable. Try out the view from the east side at Chief's luau at Sea Life Park, for a Samoan style of entertainment that won't disappoint.
Not in the mood for traveling, stay in Waikiki at the only roof-top luau, the Starlight Luau at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Love marine life, stroll down to the east side to the Waikiki Aquarium for a one-of-a-kind experience at the Diamond Head luau. Searching for something more exclusive and refined? The Royal Hawaiian Luau lives up to its name and is truly a luau fit for royalty located in the heart of Waikiki Beach at the historical Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Your vacation isn't complete until you spent the evening enjoying traditional music and dance while feasting on favorite local cuisine. From the lei greeting through the hula and onto the fire knife dance, it's a magical night burned into your memoirs.