New for 2017: Spend $50.00 in the Polynesian Cultural Center's gift shops (Goo’s, Hapa Home, Nona’s and Ukulele Experience), show your Go Oahu Card or Pass and receive free shipping to your home!
Your choice of one of the following is included with a 3 day (or greater) Go Oahu Card®:
Alii Luau & Dinner Show at The Polynesian Cultural Center tickets
Witness the Polynesian spirit come to life when you attend this thrilling dinner show, featuring the symbolic tale of Mana and his beloved Lani. Told through dance, song, and fire knives performed by over 100 native performers, Hā–Breath of Life will mesmerize guests from beginning to end.
The Go Oahu Card is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility,
Set against a backdrop of Polynesia, our ALI'I LUAU is a Royal feast that includes traditional luau food (kalua pork, lomi salmon, poi and more...) and authentic Hawaiian entertainment. Also, explore 42 acres of fun including 6 island villages, exhibits, interactive GO Native activities and more. Plus see the spectacular "Ha: Breath of Life" show.
with Alii Luau & Dinner Show at The Polynesian Cultural Center tickets available on 3, 5, and 7-Day Passes.
Look for the ticket window with the Go Oahu Card sign and present your pass for validation.
Reservations required. Please call 1 (844) 572-2347 (Toll Free - US Mainland), or (808) 293-3333 (Oahu) and mention that you have a Go Oahu Card Pass.
Monday-Saturday, 12:00 pm-9:30 pm.
Shows 7:30 pm-9:00 pm
Sundays, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
Transportation available for an additional fee.
55-370 Kamehameha Hwy
Exit right from the H-1 freeway onto the H-3 freeway and enjoy the spectacular drive through the Koolau Mountains. Take the Kaneohe exit on the right, which momentarily puts you on the Likelike Highway (#63). Take the first right exit onto the Kahekili Highway, which soon turns into the Kamehameha Highway (#83). Follow the highway all the way to Laie.
The bus is not recommended as it takes 3 hours from Waikiki with several bus changes.
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