The Polynesian Cultural Centre has eight simulated tropical villages, some on internal islands within the theme park like village, various cultural demonstrations and seven shows representing the seven Polynesian Island groups, Samoa, Aotearoa (now called New Zealand), Fiji, Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga and Marquesas Islands. It is easy to get to from the cruise ship and there is so much to see and do here that it is not only a day out but there is a night time show, though cruisers will miss that unless there is an overnight. Pricing is broken down into what and how much you want to do. All the islands it features, the Pacific Islands, are thought to have risen out of the sea as fiery Volcanoes, throwing smoke into the sky that travelers could follow to discover and populate. It is thought that Hawaii is a month away from Tahiti by canoe and it has been re-created. Here at the centre there are seven shows throughout the day, shops and exhibitions, our favourite was a display of tools showing how the Ukulele is made. It has an IMAX special effects theatre and visitors may be able to take canoe rides in the lagoons. This film is a sample of what is there, to see it all put some time aside for a visit. There may also be tours from here to the local University and Church as the site is owned by the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints.
If this has given you an appetite to visit the 42 acres of tropical splendor and learn more about the traditional ways of these islands with hands-on activities then we suggest you look at the external link – Polynesian Cultural Centre official site. Dinner there means a chunk of meat, yes you dine like Polynesian royalty at an authentic Polynesian luau and top it off with the most spectacular evening show.
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