- 3 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Toa Luau invites you to immerse yourself in the beauty and excitement of Polynesia on Oahu’s historic North Shore! Book any one of our three luau packages for admission into the lush Waimea valley. Set aside ample time in the day to walk through the fragrant flower lei gardens or hike among some of Hawaii’s most diverse plant life and even swim at the refreshing Waimea falls.
The epitome of your visit happens with TOA at Oahu’s newest Polynesian luau! Complete with authentic interactive cultural demonstrations, island feast and a sampling of Polynesian dances from all over the Pacific. Your time with us will be one to remember long after you leave our beautiful islands. Natural wonders, traditional cooking demonstrations, and thrilling entertainment … There’s Something for everyone when you spend an adventurous day with TOA LUAU in alluring Waimea.
- Flower lei greeting
- Cultural activities
- Cooking demonstration and traditional food
- Kava ceremony
- Luau dinner buffet
- Full Polynesian show
- Fire knife dancing
- Adult only-Mai Tai or Aloha Juice (Silver=1 drink, Gold=2 drinks, VIP=3 drinks)
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Entry/Admission - Waimea Valley
- Entry/Admission - Toa Luau
We do not offer transportation. Guest must arrange their own transportation.
Waimea Valley Admission Included
SAME-DAY entrance to the valley is Included with your Toa luau purchase. So come early! Allow at least 2 hours before the luau starts to explore the valley and Waimea falls. Please present your luau voucher or booking confirmation at Waimea Valley ticket booth.
The Valley offers a scenic paved path leading up to Waimea Falls at three quarters of a mile one way. While pace may differ for each visitor, the path can take anywhere from 15 to 40 minutes to complete one way.
With a paved scenic path leading straight to the 45 ft. natural waterfall, Waimea Falls is one of the most accessible falls on Oahu. The falls measure about 40ft in height, splashing into a large pool available for visitors to swim in. Life jackets of all sizes are offered free of charge.
The path is also easily accessible to those who may have any physical mobility limitations. A golf cart shuttle is offered for the fee of 10$ per person for a trip up to the falls and back down.
Waimea Botanical Garden
The Botanical gardens in Waimea Valley is home to some of the islands most diverse collection of plant life preserved and studied in any one place on Oahu.
Enjoy the fragrant flower gardens with blooms grown commonly for use in Hawaii’s symbol of Aloha, the lei. Take in the fresh air meandering under the lush green tree top canopies.
We do not provide transportation at this point. All guests are responsible for arranging their own transportation.
Toa Luau is located inside Waimea Valley at
59-864 Kamehameha Hwy
Haleiwa, HI 96712
Right across from Waimea beach on the north-shore of Oahu. Please allow yourself at least 2 hours before the luau starts to explore the valley and Waimea falls.
Please have your voucher ready, either printed or electronic. Be sure to take a screen shot and save it as a backup in case you lose network connection. Please note that check-in time varies depending on the date of your luau. See luau schedule below.
5-6:30pm Cultural Demonstrations
6:30-7:30pm Luau Dinner Buffet
7:30-8:30pm Polynesian Show
8:30pm Aloha and Farewell
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 300 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We've had the opportunity to participate in several different luaus on Oahu, as well as one on Maui. This luau is our favorite by far and we would highly recommend it to anyone. Relatively small group of customers paired up with an extensive program and delicious food made for a very enjoyable evening!
The hosts at Toa Luau were very friendly and helpful, and the experience was educational and welcoming. Our "cousins" put on a terrific entertainment with samplings from some of the Polynesian cultures. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
This was my first experience going to a Luau and I definitely won't forget it! The Luau is held in the gorgeous Waimea Valley just opposite the famous Waimea beach. I highly recommend going early as your Luau ticket also gets you into the Valley park for free original cost is 16.75/adult. Prior to entering the park there is a gift shop and a snack bar that serves lunch food items and snacks. Once inside the park there is a paved road that will lead you through beautiful botanical gardens, secret pathways down to the river and historical ancient Hawaiian villages. At the end of the road less than a mile one way there is the refreshing Waimea falls where you can swim in a pool under the waterfall. Life vests are required to swim at the falls but are free with your park entrance. There is also a snack booth, bathrooms, changing rooms and an outdoor shower at the top of the falls. I would recommend giving yourself 3 hours to do the hike including swimming in the waterfall as there is lots to see. After the park closes the Luau begins and is right adjacent to the snack area outside of the park. You are greeted with a lei at the door and invited to participate in lei making and basket weaving demonstrations. There is also a fire pit where they show you how to cook traditional Hawaiian foods while leading you in traditional Hawaiian culture demonstrations. After that it's time to eat and the food was really good and there was lots of it. The VIP experience gives you a front row table, three free drink tickets and souvenir mug for the men and jewelry container for the women, but honestly the Luau is so small that there is really no bad seat in the house. Drinks ranged from 5 - 8 after the drink tickets ran out. The Luau itself was fun and energetic, the costumes were amazing and they really tried to get the crowd involved. You were also invited to try some of the local Hawaiian food that was cooked in the pit prior to dinner but it's really just for a taste, the actual buffet had more modern foods and was delicious. All-in-all we had a great time and other people in our party said it was one of the best Luau's they've been to. Would highly recommend it for your first time or you 10th time going to a Luau.