Please arrive at West Oahu SUP by 8:45am. We also offer roundtrip transportation for only $10 per person. Pickup in Ko Olina will be at 8:10am for the 9:00am surf lesson(s), returning to your hotel by 12:00pm. That evening, enjoy Paradise Cove’s Hawaiian Luau buffet where you can drive within the resort, walk if close by, or take the resort shuttle to the Luau. Gates open from 5:00pm and ends around 9:00pm (Please note the luau start and end times may vary slightly.)
Fia Fia Luau at KoOlina Oahu: Mens Fire Knife Dance - YouTube
Luaus are one of the most popular must-see's for visitors while in Hawaii, and the Paradise Cove Luau offers a wonderful experience that is sure to please guests of any age. Located at Ko Olina Resort on Oahu's gorgeous Leeward side, the luau takes place right along the beach and provides guests with breathtaking sunset views.
Hawaiian Poi Ball Spinning at the Fia Fia Luau in Ko Olina Oahu
Just thought I'd offer up another option for Christmas dinner; try . It's about a 3 minute drive from the KoOlina resort area; we think it's the best of all the Oahu luau's. As a matter of fact, my family and I will also be spending a couple of weeks over Xmas and NYE. We were in KoOlina for Thanksgiving in 2010 and loved it so much we are returning. If you do consider the luau, I'd recommend purchasing your tickets on and recommend the "Orchid" package. That is the package we booked for Thanksgiving in 2010 and booked the same for this Christmas eve. You will love the Koolina area!
Paradise Cove Luau, Hawaiian Dancer, Ko Olina, Hawaii - YouTube
West Oahu SUP Surf Lessons & Paradise Cove’s Hawaiian Luau Package
As the premier surf school on the West Side of Oahu, we have exciting surf lessons for the entire family. Make life long memories while surfing uncrowded beaches on the West Shore of Oahu. Surf Lessons in the morning, and that evening, enjoy Paradise Cove Luau’s Hawaiian Luau Buffet package at Ko Olina Resort. in Ko Olina provides all the things you expect with a luau – sunset oceanview, a (shell) lei greeting, tropical drinks, cultural demonstrations, tasty traditional dinner followed by colorful Polynesian dance and music. Yes, Fia Fia offers all those features, but what sets it apart is the master of ceremonies, Chief Sielu Avea. Wow, is that guy good! He’s warm, engaging, witty and abundantly talented.