Polynesia cultural center, near Oahu's North Shore, recognizes itself as Hawaii's premier admission attraction. There are 8 villages at PCC - representing Hawaii, Aotearoa (New Zealand), Samoa, Tahiti, Tonga, Fiji, Marquesas, and even Rapa Nui (Easter Island). Except for Rapa Nui, every village has interactive activities and programs for visitors to see and participate in. Here are some tips that can help you make the most successful trip.
Prepare for the sudden rain
Bring rain gear or umbrella. If you are on the wind side of the island and may have showers on the sunniest days. The rain makes us clean and green! Rain may last a few minutes or throughout the day. Evening venues will often be covered, so you don't have to worry about the rain affecting you.
Easily plan your day with PCC app
Download the app to have easy-to-track GPS maps, presentation schedules, cultural insights and more. Free via Google Play and Apple Apple App Store. Just search the Polynesian Cultural Center. Your trip will be much easier.
In Hawaii, it's popular to dress up with an aloha shirt and slippahs (flip-flops). Please note that the Polynesian Cultural Center is an external place and it can be very hot or rainy. Men should wear shirts and all should wear comfortable walking shoes. If you wear a swimsuit, please use a towel!
Usually, some of our guests come or leave with a rosy face. Most of our locations are outside and even when it is cloudy, the use of sunscreen is highly recommended. For your sake, remember to apply it throughout the day.
Arrive early and get a full day!
If you have little time to visit the Polynesian Culture Center, it is a good idea to make the most of the day to experience everything. The center is open from 11:45 am.
Bring walking shoes because PCC is very wide
Polynesian cultural center stretches 42 acres of beauty, joy and culture. If you want to take a walk to experience the Polynesian Culture Center, bring your walking shoes! However, there are other facilities available to assist you like electric scooters, wheelchairs and rental cars.
Drink plenty of water!
This is very important. The average Hawaii temperature ranges from 75 - 82 degrees year round and the humidity is usually high. Plan accordingly by drinking water first and bring your favorite water bottle. If you forget to bring them. Do not worry! The Polynesian Culture Center has many shops throughout which you can buy.
Have fun and share best memories during and after visit.
Source: Polynesian Print
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