Tour was great. Fast paced and lots to see and do.
do not miss
Very impressive. We chose to wander on our own rather than be guided and enjoyed the freedom it provided having been herded on cruise ship excursions the week before. The meal was impressive and if anyone went away hungry, it was his/her own fault! Loved the Breath of Life show in the evening. The rain/drizzle did not deter us from having a wonderful experience here.
We actually spent two days at the PCC because there was so much to do and see. The kids loved it... and so did I.
Great day out. Guide showed us round and had a chance to take part in activities with our small group. Food was to a high standard and everyone was very friendly. Evening Ha show was fantastic and not to be missed. Would definitely recommend.
This was the best day of our trip to Hawaii! Izzy our tour guide was perfect, he showed us all the villages and shows. We felt like royalty at all the performances. The shows were perfect and the day just flew by, if you have one day there, this is where you need to go!
This place was amazing! There was so much to see and do we went back a second day.
We did the full day, with lu'au and show at night. It was pricey, but the dinner was generous, and the show had Broadway quality production values. Definitely a good thing to experience for our first time in the islands.
Highly recommend a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center and Luau! Great day trip! Lots to see! Recommend walking shoes. Loved the luau and evening show.
A must see/must do in Honolulu! Make sure you check the schedule and attend all the different cultural presentations which are informative, entertaining and most are amusing! Almost all of the performers are from the nearby university, some coming from the South Pacific culture they represent, and you can see the dedication and passion in their energetic performances! Don't miss the colorful parade of boats at around 2pm!
The luau was a diner's delight! The meats were deliciously cooked just right, with tropical fruits and salads and other Hawaiian dishes to go with these. To cap off this culinary extravaganza was the Polynesian evening dinner show 'Ha: Breath of Life', which was just truly spectacular!
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