Host a tiki party to bring friends together during the summer for some drinks, dancing and fun---or have a tiki-themed birthday. Either way, games are a major part of the entertainment, so plan activities that guests of all ages will enjoy. Tiki-themed games will make everyone laugh and create good photo opportunities.
Hire a professional to teach everyone how to do the hula. Then turn the music on and have a dance competition. Let the rest of the crowd judge who is best with the loudness of their cheers.
Set a limbo pole on top of two tiki statues. Have guests test their flexibility and see how low they can go. You're sure to get some laughs, so have the camera out to capture some silly moments.
Set up a game of pineapple bowling, using real pineapples for the pins. This can become messy, so play the game outside. Use a coconut as a bowling ball. The normal rules apply. Have fun rolling fruit and see who can roll a coconut the best.
Tiki Ring Toss
Arrange a set of tikis, varying the sizes and heights. Encourage guests to toss pool diving rings over the tikis like a ring toss game at a carnival. Set the games up so guests can play on their own time throughout the party.
Set up a tiki scavenger hunt or clue-finding hunt. Either have a set of clues that leads guests from one thing to another until they find the sacred tiki where a prize (sweet treats such as chocolate coins) lies. Or create a list of tiki- or luau-related items party-goers have to collect.
- Photo Credit inca tiki image by Jim Mills from Fotolia.com
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