Chief's Luau Reservations - Official Site
"We did 3 luaus - this was far and away the best one."
imani08, TripAdvisor More Reviews
Open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Sundays:
Only 25 minutes from Waikiki at Sea Life Park’s private, stunningly scenic Makapu’u Meadows and its breathtaking panoramic backdrop, join world famous Chief Sielu for a Hawaiian luau like none other.
Interact up close & personal with your Pacific Island hosts with Hawaiian crafts, hula lessons, coconut husking, fire making, weaving, tattooing, and more. Sink your teeth into a lavish Hawaiian luau feast. Then sit back and enjoy Chief Sielu and his tribe of fire twirling, tree climbing, comedic, dynamic Polynesian drummers, dancers and entertainers. Your evening culminates with World Champion Fire Knife Dancer Chief Sielu and his tribe filling the night sky with FIRE!
WHAT MAKES THIS LUAU DIFFERENT
- Chief Sielu is widely regarded as the best & funniest Polynesian entertainer in the South Pacific
- Upscale – quality, not quantity
- Magnificent panoramic views
- Adjacent to world famous Sea Life Park
- Only 25 minutes from Waikiki!!
- Short drive along scenic coastline
- No H-1 rush hour traffic (compared to 1 hr 20 min rush hour drive to West Oahu luaus)
- No high rise condos or hotels for miles
-The perfect luau for repeat visitors!
- Highly interactive, very funny
More About the Luau
ABOUT THE CHIEF
Chief Sielu is internationally known as “The Coconut Man” for his 20 years at the Polynesian Cultural Center’s Samoan Village and star World Champion Fire Knife Dancer at their evening show. He is also known as the “Ambassador of Polynesia” and “That Polynesian Comedian.” He has appeared on Oprah Winfrey, Late Night with David Letterman, Travel & Discovery Channels, BBC, and MTV. He starred in the movie Chief which was featured at the Sundance Film Festival, and threw the flaming spear that ignited the Olympic torch at a pre-Olympic ceremony in Salt Lake City.
On May 6, 2012, Chief Sielu and several members of his tribe appeared on the Season Finale of THE AMAZING RACE on CBS. Just before the $1 million prize was awarded, they were the Polynesian drummers at the Hawaiian sledding challenge.