Chief's Luau at Wet 'N' Wild Hawaii
Enjoy the best Oahu luau oasis at Wet 'n' Wild, including a 50ft tall cascading waterfall with back lighting that ties the atmosphere together for a magical evening.
Chief Sielu is widely regarded as the best and funniest Polynesian entertainer in the South Pacific. This is an upscale luau with lots of hands-on interaction with your Pacific Island hosts.
Enjoy the world champion fire knife dancer and Polynesian comedian Chief Sielu who has appeared on David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey. Chief's Luau Menu:
- Mixed Island Greens
- Diced Pineapple
- Taro & Assorted Rolls
- White Rice
- Hawaiian Sweet Potato
- Succulent Butter & Garlic Braised Vegetables
- Vegetarian Chow Mein
- Grilled Steak - exclusively for Royal Guests
- Slow Cooked Kalua Pork
- Roasted Tropical BBQ Chicken
- Asian Style Island Fish (Shoyu, Ginger)
- Pineapple Cake
- Poi & Lomi Lomi Salmon are served during the activities portion of the luau
- Coffee, Tea, Fruit Punch
- Cash bar available (Mai Tais, Wine, Beer, Soda)
Special Needs Menu
Vegetarian, Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Peanut-free
Choose the convenience of roundtrip transportation from Waikiki on a luxurious motorcoach (select transportation option on purchase). Each motorcoach is hosted by a professional escort.
CHIEF SIELU has appeared on Late Night with David Letterman, The Tonight Show, Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, BBC, MTV, and Oprah Winfrey. He starred in the movie Chief which was one of the featured films at the Sundance Film Festival. Chief Sielu threw the flaming spear that ignited the Olympic torch at a ceremony in Salt Lake City! The Chief was a main attraction at Polynesian Cultural Center for over 20 years. Now you can experience the Chief at this amazing luau.
Chief Sielu is known around the world as the “Coconut Man” for his two decades at the Polynesian Cultural Center’s Samoan Village where he was the featured fire knife dancer in their evening show. He won the first ever World Fire Knife Dance Competition and is widely regarded as the best Polynesian entertainer not only on Oahu, but in the entire South Pacific.
Samoan Fire-Knife Dance
Hawaiian Luau Dance
Best Oahu Luau
Chief on Stage
- Where and When:
Hotel pick-up is available from 9 convenient pick-up points in Waikiki with departure times ranging from 3:35 - 4:15 pm depending on your departure location. The exact departure time and location will be emailed to you.
Please arrive at your departure location 10 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time, as we are unable to wait for guests arriving late. Motorcoaches return to original departure point. If requiring an ADA bus lift, we require at least 48 hour notice. Look for a green Roberts Hawaii motorcoach and escorts who will be wearing red Polynesian outfits. If for any reason you miss your bus, you will be required to find your own way to the luau. Return transportation to Waikiki will still be provided. Rescheduling to another date is an option, canceling is not an option.
For same day transportation questions, please call 808-664-0448.
Check-in begins at 5:00 pm. Luau begins at 5:30 pm and ends at about 8:30 pm.
Physical location: Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii, 400 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, HI 96707
Driving Directions from Waikiki: Take H-1 Freeway West. Follow signs to Waianae. Take Exit 1E and merge onto Farrington Hwy. Wet N Wild will be on your immediate right. Parking is $6 (cash only).
- There are no specific restrictions for this activity.
- Special Notes:
- Infant pricing (4 and under) allows children 4 and under to have their own seat and plate of food.
If optional motorcoach transportation is purchased, infants ride for free but may be required to sit on parent's lap.
Photos are not included in luau pricing. They may be purchased at the luau or you may visit the photographer's website at www.mytouristphoto.com where you can find and purchase/download your luau photos.
- Operation Days:
- Open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Closed Tuesdays and Saturdays.
- 3.5 hours
- Chief's Luau
- Maximum capacity is 500 guests