Taking place on a secluded beach on Oahu's beautiful southwest shore, Germaine's Luau is considered one of Oahus most family-friendly luaus, offering a casual, laid-back atmosphere. Visiting Germaine's Luau is a great way to experience a piece of Hawaiian culture. Upon arrival, you'll be greeted with a Hawaiian lei. Then listen to the sound of the conch shell, which signals the start of the evening's festivities.
There will be a variety of cultural demonstrations, such as the Royal Court of Polynesia procession, which is followed by the imu ceremony. Watch how the kalua pua'a (roast pig) is removed from the imu, the underground oven, where it has been slowly roasted to perfection. The big luau feast features a variety of delicacies, from authentic Hawaiian dishes to continental favorites, so no one will leave hungry. After dinner, enjoy a spectacular Polynesian revue, showcasing music and dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji and Aotearoa (New Zealand).
Vegetarian options are available upon request 24 hrs in advance
- Backyard-style luau on Oahus southwest shore
- All-you-care-to-eat dinner
- Polynesian show with music and dances from Hawaii and other Polynesian islands (including the exciting Samoan fire-knife dance and Samoan slap dance)
- Kalua Pig (Roasted Pig)
- Poi (Taro Potato)
- Sweet Dinner Rolls
- Lomilomi Salmon
- Haupia (Coconut Pudding)
- Sauteed Island Fish (w/ Sweet Chili Tarter Sauce)
- White Rice
- Fresh Pineapple
- Vanilla Coconut Cake
- Hawaiian Pulehu Chicken
- Fresh Fruit Salad
- Tossed Green Salad
- Potato/Macaroni Salad
- Mai Tai
- Standard Bar Drinks
- Blue Hawaii
- Premium Bar
- Domestic & Import Beers
Original Luau Package: The Original Luau package
includes non-reserved open seating, lei greeting, buffet dinner,
and 1 Standard cocktail drink ticket for adults.
Plumeria Luau Package: The Plumeria Luau Package includes a lei greeting, buffet dinner with hostess table service to bring guests food, premier area seating, 3 beverage coupons, and each adult will receive their photo taken with a Polynesian greeter upon arrival and a souvenir photo booklet.