Pareos en Bora Bora

Learn how to wear a Polynesian sarong to the rhythm of our dancers whilst you taste exotic food.

Type of Show​: Dance

Minimum consumption applies​

Exclusive Access for people with disabilities and reduced mobility
Pareos en Bora Bora

Whilst in Polynesia take a break to eat and sample some exotic foods. The music starts to play and the stage is filled with joy and rhythm. Accompany your meal with Polynesian dances. Some wear it as a skirt and others with a simple knot at the side. What about you?

Learn all the different ways to turn a simple beach sarong, adorned with multiple Polynesian prints, into various items of clothing. Would you wear one in the park? Tops, skirts, dresses, trousers, both for men and women.

Do you know how to wear a sarong? Our dancers will show you some tricks under the roof of an exotic hut surrounded by tropical gardens so you can learn how to put on a sarong in true Polynesian style.

After showing off their sarongs, our dancers will choose a member of the audience to dance with and teach them the traditional Polynesian dance. Will you be the lucky one to dance on stage with our artists?

Take a break and stop off at Bora Bora to recharge your batteries. What better way to relax and enjoy typical Polynesian food?

Check the schedules for the shows of each PortAventura Park worlds on our notice board so you don’t miss anything. In Polynesia, you will find the educational Aves del Paraíso, where you can meet multiple species and discover their secrets. The music of Aloha Tahití is perfect for dancing and will transport you directly to the Polynesian paradise.

In this themed world you will enter the jungle on board a barge, where a volcano lays dormant, waiting to wake up from its lethargy. Can you escape its fury? You will only be able to explore it if you climb on board Polynesia’s star attraction, Tutuki Splash!

Don’t wait any longer and experience a complete Polynesian adventure in PortAventura Park!

Times: 13:30 - 14:30

Until: 07/09/2019
See guide for times



Aloha Tahiti

Aves del Paraíso

Rituales Mexicanos