6 Ziplines at Coral Crater + Chiefs Luau
If you’re staying on the island of Oahu, and you love a bit of adventure and some great entertainment, a combination tour including two of the island’s best offerings is bound to give you both an adrenaline rush and some of the best traditional entertainment on offer.
This great combo tour takes you to one of the greatest adventure parks around, followed by a truly traditional Hawaiian feast, a tropical party like no other, including thrilling Polynesian performances and an ono (delicious) Hawaiian-style buffet.
Coral Crater Zipline tour
The two-hour Coral Crater Zipline tour is led by guides who take you across a range of six ziplines between 300 and 900 feet long, where you reach speeds of up to 35 mph!
Although it is a high-adrenaline tour, it’s also a very safe option that the whole family can enjoy. The Coral Crater Zipline tour is perfect for anyone looking to experience an adrenaline pumping, high flying adventure that is truly unique to our beautiful Hawaiian island.
The backdrop for your zipline tour features the pristine tropical rainforest of Coral Crater. The exhilarating ziplines of Coral Crater are among the most popular ziplines Oahu has to offer. They feature the most modern braking systems, allowing all ages and abilities to take part.
Be sure to wear closed-toed shoes and dress comfortably.
Chief’s Luau at Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii
Chief’s Luau is one of the most truly traditional Polynesian-style parties on the beautiful island of Oahu. The fun begins with mai tais at the bar, followed by a traditional crafting workshop where you can create your very own palm leaf headband, learn to throw a Hawaiian spear, or get a (temporary) Polynesian-style tattoo.
This magnificent tropical party created by Chief Sielu Avea is considered by many to be the best luau in the Hawaiian Islands. Chief Sielu is a world-champion fire knife dancer and the highly entertaining show is hosted by the Chief and his ohana (family). The show is preceded by a traditional feast fit for kings, with the centerpiece of the luau being a whole pig cooked in an underground oven called an imu.
The traditional buffet feast also includes other luau foods like poi (pounded taro root), lomi-lomi (“massaged”) salmon, and an abundance of local produce, which is some of the best in the world.
After enjoying this delicious meal, sit back and relax as the entertainment follows the feast to create a truly unique experience.
The show includes traditional Polynesian dancers and live music from many of the Pacific Islands, including Hawaii (of course), Fiji, Samoa, and New Zealand. The climax of the show is the hypnotic fire knife dance.
Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Pacific Ocean, Chief’s Luau is truly one of the best experiences you can have in the islands.