Welcome to the islands of Tahiti, Samoa, and Hawai‘i.
Youre seated beneath an exotic 35 foot tall tree with 4,075 artificial leaves and
colorful faux flowers that always bloom.
Open your menu for a selection of dishes inspired
by the South Pacific.
Many people consider this to be the best food in the park.
With your dinner, be sure to order a “Planters Punch Tahitian” in a tall cylindrical glass.
Theres no rum in the punch, just a delicious blend of tropical fruit juices.
The dinner was great. Now on with the show!
The waterfall curtain parts.
The band fills the warm evening air with island rhythms.
With graceful hip and hand movements, the dancers give you a tour
To add to the authenticity, the dancers emerge from backstage wearing sarongs,
grass skirts, or other traditional garments, as appropriate for each island.
The lights dim for the daring barefoot firewalk and the thrilling fire-knife dance.
Flames leap from water.