Laie, Oahu, Hawaii
The images, history and hospitality of seven Pacific cultures come alive at the 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center.
See islanders reenact war dances and wedding ceremonies, rub sticks to create fire, carve tiki figures, wield fire knives and climb four-story trees in bare feet.
Hear them present the intriguing details of tribal tattooing, ancient transoceanic history without a written language.
Meet the people and experience the cultures.
Enjoy the canoe pageant, IMAX presentations, tram tour of Laie, and canoe rides.
Witness the traditional ritual of removing a well-roasted pig from the fire pit known as an "imu".
A delight in our traditional feast fit for a King.
Finally, take pleasure in the spectacular "Horizons" night show with a cast of over 100 performers.
Dressed in native attire, Polynesians share their histories, traditions and spirit in the same way their ancestors did.
The spectacle's fire knife champions and fire walkers add dramatic accents to an unforgettable evening.
Daily except Sundays, 10:45am, returning approximately at 10:00pm Pick up at central Waikiki locations