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Chief's Luau: Wet'n'Wild

Let the chief and his family take care of you the Polynesian way.


The Chief's Luau hosted by Chief Sielu Avea—who is also a world-champion fire knife dancer—is the most entertaining Luau in Hawaii.


  • All You Care to Eat Polynesian Buffet
  • Participate in Polynesian Arts and Crafts
  • Trip Advisor's #1 Rated Luau in the Entire State of Hawaii
  • Spectacular Show Featuring Songs and Dances from the South Pacific Islands
  • Couple's Celebration Stage with The Chief Singing Under a Canopy of Fire Torches
  • Grand Finale' Featuring 12 Champion Fire Knife Dancers

Activity Times:

5:30 PM

Activity Duration:

3 Hours

Upgrade Options:

Royal Experience

What’s Included?

Paradise Experience:
  • Kukui Nut Lei Greeting
  • Hawaiian Luau Buffet (2nd Section to Buffet)
  • (2) Drink Tickets
  • Seating in Paradise Section

Royal Experience: ($40 upgrade)
  • Chioce of Fresh Flower Lei or Kukui Nut Greeting
  • (1) Mai Tai Greeting
  • (3) Drink Tickets
  • Hawaiian Luau Buffet (1st Section to Buffet)
  • Seating in Front Royal Section
  • Souvenir Gift


Feel our Island Spirit!


When you arrive, you’re greeted in the traditional way: with a lei. Feel like part of one big ohana (family) as you join the tropical party. Some of the special treats this luau includes are an all-you-can-eat Hawaiian buffet and an adult beverage, as well as seating with terrific views of the Polynesian performances.

The Chiefs Luau is sure to entice all of your senses. Smell and taste the exotic flavors of Hawaiian-style food, including kalua pig slow cooked in a traditional imu – an underground oven lined with hot lava stones. Lomi-lomi salmon, poi (pounded taro root), and imu-roasted vegetables are served, along with new and familiar island staples.

Feasts like this were once available only to Hawaiian royalty. Religion dictated that men and women eat separately. King Kamehameha II broke the taboo in 1819, inviting everyone to eat and celebrate together. Become a part of this tradition as you enjoy the Chief’s Luau with your family.

After indulging your taste buds in Polynesian flavors, treat your eyes and ears to performances of Pacific Island music and dance. From the sweet sounds of ukulele to a thrilling performance of the fire-knife dance, the entertainment certainly takes your breath away.

Chief's Luau Menu:

  • Mixed Island Greens 
  • Diced Pineapple
  • Taro & Assorted Dinner Rolls
  • Steamed White Rice
  • Poi & Lomi Lomi Salmon
  • Purple Okinawan Sweet Potatoes
  • Seasonal Vegetable Stir Fry
  • Vegetarian Chow Mein
  • Slow Cooked Kalua Pork
  • Roasted Tropical BBQ Chicken
  • Sautéed Asian Style Island Fish
Desserts & Beverages
  • Pineapple Cake
  • Coffee & Tea 
  • Passion Orange Guava Tropical Punch
  • Cash bar available (Assorted Liquors, Wine, Beer, Soda)

Details about the Royal Experience:

The royal seating is directly in front of the stage, so you can see the performers up close. You’ll be greeted with fresh flower leis and a refreshing mai tai. You’ll also be in the first section to enjoy the buffet, with an additional three adult beverages included. Taste the succulent meat straight from the ‘imu and sample Polynesian specialties including poi and lomi-lomi salmon. You and your guests also receive a special souvenir gift to take home, and children up to four years can come along free of charge.

The Chief’s Luau, a truly traditional Hawaiian feast, you’ll experience a tropical party like no other, including thrilling Polynesian performances and an ‘ono (delicious) Hawaiian-style buffet.

Later on, you’re invited to join in the dancing under the stars.

Know before you book:

  • Our Luaus fill up quickly so please give yourself enough time and book in advance.
  • Operation Days: Chief's is open every day except Tuesdays
  • 5:30 pm Check-in table opens at luau
  • 6:00 pm Luau begins with interactive Hawaiian activities, including hula lessons, headband weaving and more
  • 'Imu Ceremony
  • Hawaiian Luau Feast
  • Chiefs Journey Through the Polynesian Islands Show
  • 8:15 pm'ish Luau ends, mahalo for coming!
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