Polynesian Cultural Center

Spread over 42 acres in Laʻie on Oahu’s northeastern shore, the Polynesian Cultural Center is a full-day experience celebrating the people and culture of the Polynesian islands with plenty to do and see for the entire family. For nearly 50 years, the Center has delivered exotic customs, cultures and traditions of ancient Polynesia. Visitors can “Go Native” and test their skills in Tongan spear throwing, a New Zealand war dance and other Polynesian cultural practices. Visitors are part of the show at PCC. And don’t forget the Aliʻi Luau, Hawaii’s largest and most authentic luau, set against a backdrop of waterfalls and lush gardens. It features dancers, musicians, fresh flower leis for each guest, and not to mention ono (delicious) Hawaiian food!

See also: The Definitive Guide to the Best Luaus in Hawaii

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