New Online Booking Tool for Agents

Sponsored content: The Polynesian Cultural Center’s new booking tool lets travel agents track client orders and stay up-to-date on what’s new

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www.pccagent.com

Hawaii’s favorite attraction, the Polynesian Cultural Center, offers an immersion of the lifestyles, entertainment and hospitality of seven island villages and exhibits. Fiji, Hawaii, Samoa, Tahiti, Tonga, New Zealand, and Easter Island are represented throughout the Polynesian Cultural Center’s 42 lush, beautifully landscaped acres.

Each village showcases its centuries-old heritage, offering a deeper understanding of each nation’s culture with friendly Pacific natives and fun, interactive activities, including coconut tree climbing, Tongan spear throwing and Samoan cooking, among others. Additionally, Hawaii’s Ali’i Luau, complete with fresh flower leis for guests, offers an elaborate feast that has earned the prestigious Kahili Award for preserving Hawaiian culture and hospitality.

With the Polynesian Cultural Center’s new user-friendly booking tool, pccagent.com, travel agents can track client orders, email or print verifications for client bookings and stay up-to-date on what’s new at the Polynesian Cultural Center. The site’s navigation makes it easier than ever to facilitate direct bookings for clients, eliminating the need for assistance by phone. Additionally, agents who secure bookings through pccagent.com receive 15 percent on commission sales (processed quickly and efficiently) while still providing competitive prices.

The Polynesian Cultural Center is always providing new ways for vacationers to “Go Native” and experience the real Polynesia. Among other recent additions to the Center, the new Gateway Restaurant with its authentic hand-painted murals, wood-carved interior and one-of-a-kind, tapa-cloth tabletops, offers an entirely new dining experience for visitors. 

A guest favorite, “Hā: Breath of Life,” is an all new, stunning evening show featuring fire knife dancing, special effects, animation and surround sound. The Pacific isle story of birth and death, love and family, triumph and tragedy is told through the symbolic journey of a boy named Mana.

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