Germaine’s Luau is a short drive from Waikiki. Germaines Luau is located in Kapolei, Oahu. Here you will find a traditional Hawaii luau where you will enjoy this luau through Germainesluau.org.
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Here you will experience this popular luau in Hawaii on a private beach located on the west side of Oahu. Germaine’s Luau offers a royal procession followed by the traditional Hawaiian imu ceremony. Germaine’s ceremony includes the ritual raising of the roasted pig from its underground oven. Germaine’s Luau buffet includes kahlua pig (roasted pig) and other luau delicacies in addition to some Hawaii favorites offered buffet style. The Hawaii entertainment is completely Hawaiian with Fire dances and bora bora drum beats that will take you on a virtual tour of Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand and Hawaii. Germaine’s Luau reviews have been excellent. It has been featured on ABC's “Good Morning America” and acclaimed “America's Best Luau” in the book of “America's Best 100!” Don’t miss Germaine’s Luau.
As soon as you arrive at Germaine's Luau in Oahu, it is easy to see that you’re in for an extraordinary experience. You’ll be greeted with a shell lei and a warm Aloha from your Hawaiian hosts. The luau grounds are simply beautiful. Located on Oahu’s sunny west shore and right on a private beach, you’ll enjoy great sunset views and lush, tropical surroundings. Germaine's Luau in Oahu is a luau at the beach.
Call 866-482-9775 to get Germaine’s Luau tickets.
Germaine’s is known as a “backyard-style” luau which offers a more intimate setting and a casual setting. The drums and sounds of Oahu island music will get you into the right Aloha mood. Audience participation is encouraged throughout the evening with the women being taught the traditional Hula dance and the men trying their hips at the Tahitian “Ami.”
Soon the buffet is opened. Help yourself to the multi-course Polynesian buffet that will make your taste buds do the hula. You’ll find traditional island delicacies as well as American favorites. Vegetarian dishes are available.
This is your chance to taste the island staple poi, a paste made of cooked and pounded taro roots. This is a Hawaiian favorite and Germaine’s Luau does it right. Other foods include lomi lomi salmon, mahi mahi (island fish), teriyaki beef, chicken, rice, island veggies and fruits and much more. Try their haupia pudding, which is made out of coconut milk. Try the popular Mai Tai or Blue Hawaii. You’ll also find a large selection of alcohol-free beverages, tea and coffee.
After dinner the feast for your eyes continues. Enjoy a fabulous Polynesian revue featuring talented island performers. You will see the native Hula, Tahitian drum dances and the exciting Samoan fire-knife dance.