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This is Oahu’s most intimate and authentic luau experience! Chief Sielu’s luau is the most highly rated luau on Oahu on Trip Advisor! Join Chief Sielu and his tribe for an unforgettable experience of Polynesian culture at Chief’s Luau. Your luau experience here will be unlike anything else on the island of Oahu.
Chief Sielu is regarded as the premier Polynesian entertainer … he is known for humor and engaging the audience throughout the luau experience. Upon entry be greeted with a shell, kukui nut, or flower lei (depending on the package you select) and have your photo taken with the Chief. The evening begins with a variety of cultural experiences; learn how to weave head wear or dance the hula, throw spears at a target, even make fire without using matches or lighters!
Before dinner gather around the firepit to watch the evening’s guest of honor welcomed … the juicy and succulent pig cooked over hot rocks and buried in banana leaves. Then enjoy a traditional local luau buffet: Island Greens with Mandarin Oranges, Radish Sprouts, Crisp Rice Noodles, & Asian Dressing, Seasonal Fruit Salad, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Taro Rolls, Poi, Crisp Vegetable Stir Fry, Sweet Potatoes, Steamed White Rice, Grilled Island Fish w/ Macadamia Nut Creme Sauce, Chicken Yakitori w/ Teriyaki Sauce, Kalua Pork, Pineapple Cake, Coffee, tea, and fruit punch are included, and a bar is available for beer, wine, and Mai Tais.
After dinner you’ll be mesmerized by the dazzling show featuring dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga, Fiji, New Zealand, and Samoa. The culmination of your evening is World Champion Fire Knife Dancer Chief Sielu and his tribe filling the night sky with FIRE! Don’t be surprised to see him toss a flaming sword directly over the crowd to be caught by another cast member standing on the other side of the tables.
Chief Sielu has appeared on Oprah Winfrey, David Letterman, The Travel Channel, the Discovery Channel, MTV, and recently was featured in an episode of CBS’s The Amazing Race. He became internationally known as the “Coconut Man” during his 20 years at the Samoan Village at the Polynesian Cultural Center.