Choosing Your Oahu Luau!
There are so many tough decisions to make when you travel to Hawaii. Namely, which is the best beach to spend a week on? But, there are so many great activities throughout the islands, that deciding on the best activities and things to do also creates tough decisions. Choosing your Oahu luau is one of those decisions you are going to have to make, and as you’re weighing your options, debating on where you want to attend your luau, and which is the best fit for you, you’ll want to make sure that you’re choosing from the best luaus on the island.
Some of the most authentic luaus take place on the island of Oahu, welcoming visitors to a celebration of history and culture, and really just an excuse to have some fun. When the day starts to come to a close is when you’re Oahu luau begins, an evening that you will not want to end.
One of the tough decisions you will have to make is the location of your Oahu luau. You can either choose to stay near Waikiki Beach, or head to a far off location that shows you the island and takes you to a destination that you might not otherwise get to visit. Sticking near your hotel along Waikiki Beach is a great option for families traveling with younger kids, eliminating the long drive to a remote destination, and making for an easy return to your hotel. Oahu luaus along Waikiki Beach include:
- Royal Hawaiian Luau at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel
- Diamond Head Luau at the Waikiki Aquarium
- Hilton Waikiki Starlight Luau
- Ka Moana Luau at Sea Life Park
There is something to be said of the convenience of sticking close to your hotel, but if you’re able to get out of Waikiki and don’t mind a drive that is filled with the natural beauty of Oahu, consider an authentic Oahu luau on the North Shore or the Leeward Coast:
- Toa Luau at Waimea Valley on Oahu’s North Shore
- Polynesian Cultural Center Luau in La’ie
- Germaine’s Luau on Oahu’s west coast
- Chief’s Luau at Wet N’ Wild Hawaii
We are sure that whichever Oahu luau you choose, you are going to have a great time. The evening is so much fun and each luau brings its own unique spin to the celebration. The history and culture of Hawaii and the Polynesian Islands are front and center, sharing the most important aspect of life in Hawaii.
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