121 reviews of Polynesian Cultural Center Tickets
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Reviewed by Rowena H, USA, July 2011
Cheeee HUUUU! This was the longest yet richest part of my stay in Oahu! Totally fun activities, funny tour guide ("cousin Steve"), and absolutely lovely luau and the "Ha! Breath of LIfe" Polynesian cultural show was the best way to end the evening! :)
Reviewed by Shanice D, June 2011
If going to oahu this is a must. learnt so much and had an amazing time. would go back again
Reviewed by Roshy, Australia, May 2011
An amazing experience, a must for all visiting Oahu.
Reviewed by Margaret, Australia, May 2011
Very busy and educational day. On bus journey to the village (1 hour 30 minutes from Honolulu), the guide tells us that you can upgrade for a buffet lunch and guided tour for an extra $25. We did not take up this option and still saw all the different villages. The evening buffet meal or Luau was very good with entertainment throughout the meal. The night show "the Breath of Life" was very dramatic with great stage effects. Well worthwhile doing this tour.
Reviewed by lozza26, May 2011
my 2nd trip here and it was even better than the 1st! the bus trip up there is great, meeting all the people and the tour guide is very knowledgeable on the center and hawaii. my partner and i got to sit in reserved seating right at the front of the bus because it was my birthday. say YES to the offer the your guide makes at the center. its $25 for a full day touring with him and buffet lunch, i was skeptical but was well worth it! he gets you priority seating, some private shows and more info along the day. the dinner was great and cultural and the HA show was awesome
Reviewed by Lynn A, December 2010
This was a memorable trip. Booking on Viator and getting the 10% discount on 10/10/10 helped.The Polynesian Cultural Center is truly unique and gives a brief educational glimpse into the various Polynesian cultures in one location without having to travel to six different countries. The tours are conducted professionally even though they may be students from the local BYU doing it part time. The Ha! Breath of Life was simply astounding.
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