The Ocean Tide, or Te Au Moana, is a metaphor that has been used to describe the people of Hawaii and Polynesia for thousands of years. This exciting performance, and all you can eat feast illustrates the history of the island people through song, dance, and traditional cuisine.
What to Expect
This Luau celebrates the many island cultures, Polynesia, New Zealand, Tahiti, and Samoa, that contributed to Hawaiian culture
Witness the Fire Knife Dance and Imu, the Hawaiian underground oven cooking
All you can eat feast includes Kalua Pork, grilled Teriyaki Steaks, Shoyu Chicken, and much more
Learn about Polynesian fishing, gathering, gift giving, song, and dance in an extravaganza of light and sound on the beach.
Welcoming greetings with fresh flower lei and wooden fish hook necklaces
Highly recommended by The Snorkel Store
Relaxing evening with beautiful oceanfront views of Wailea and Kaho’olawe in the distance
Experience a spectacular sunset while enjoying music, dance, drink, and food
Bookings made inside 48 hours of the activity are tentative, and must be confirmed with a vacation specialist for availability.