You can almost hear the sound of the sea as you near the venue. As you pass through the swaying palm trees you are greeted at the door by a Hula Hula girl who drapes a beautiful Lei around your neck.
With a steel band playing in the distance you pick up a cocktail from the Tiki hut while taking in the tropical surroundings.
As you sit down for dinner you are surrounded by an ocean world with lobster pots, fishing nets and a shipwreck. Just remember not fall overboard!
Throughout the evening there are an array of Hawaiian games to choose from. Try your luck at the Coconut Shy, sink the galleon or maybe test your sense of balance (a few cocktails later) on the surf machine. Although there are no winners medals, there is always pride at stake.
You can hear the steel band start up again and the hawaiian dancers are on stage ready to perform. Dressed in traditional Hawaiian outfits they have plenty more grass skirts to go around as they invite members of the party to join them on stage.
The fun isn’t over yet as the limbo dancer limbers up and encourages you to test your flexibility while being cheered on by friends and colleagues.
Before the night draws to a close the lights go down and the disco begins so you can keep dancing until it’s anchors up for the journey back home.
Welcome from Beachcomber with a Lei for each guest.
- Bamboo Fencing
- Palm Trees
- Native Shacks
- Thatched Beach Shades
- Beach Boys Style Band
- Hook the Swordfish
- Coconut Shy
- Hawaiian Beach Backdrop