Germaine's Luau on Oahu
- Buffet dinner included
- Family friendly
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Your evening at Germaine's Luau begins with the ancient Hawaiian cooking tradition known as the Imu Ceremony. During this ceremony you'll witness how pork is cooked to perfection in a Hawaiian underground oven. After the ceremony, dive into authentic Hawaiian delicacies from the all-you-can eat luau buffet, including roasted pig, deep fried mahimahi and lomi lomi salmon.
While you dine, feast your eyes on spectacular performances of the Samoan Fire-Knife dance and Samoan Slap Dance, a traditional display of male prowess. And, of course, no luau would be complete without the swaying hips and elegant movements of the Hukilau Hula dancers.
After enjoying the authentic Hawaiian cuisine and traditional cultural performances of Germaine's Luau, you'll discover why experiencing this memorable luau only once may not be enough.
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Germaine's Luau Performance on Oahu
- Welcome Hawaiian shell lei greeting
- 3 beverage coupons for adults
- Local taxes
- Hotel pickup and drop-off (waikiki hotels)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Tossed green salad, pineapple cole slaw, macaroni/potato salad, three bean salad
- Kalua pig (roasted pig), chicken long rice, deep fried mahi mahi, teriyaki beef, fried chicken
- Dinner rolls, white rice, poi (taro potato), lomi lomi salmon
- Chocolate, vanilla cake, haupia (coconut pudding)
- Sodas, iced tea, coffee or tea
Reviewed by: Suzanne C, August 2015
Lots of fun and good food. Would definitely do again next time in HI.
Reviewed by: Irene M, August 2015
Despite the craziness at the pick-up location, since the pick-ups for all luaus appear to be in front of the Illikai Hotel, the shuttle was worth it, than fighting through traffic. At least Ki'i out host was entertaining on the drive... the Luau was great and everything I imagined it to be. Food was great, performances were great, and even the guest participation activities were quite entertaining. Only suggestion, since the luau is on the sand, would recommend wearing shoes that you can wear comfortably in the sand or plan to go barefoot.