Featuring one of the most beautiful settings for any luau, the Sheraton Maui luau (the Maui Nui Luau) offers song, dance, and a delicious feast. A perfect evening culminates with a spectacular fire knife show.
The Wailea Marriott luau, Te Au Moana (meaning "The Ocean Tide"), is aptly named due to its proximity to the ocean. Through ancient storytelling, music and dance, you'll learn the history of Hawaiians and their Polynesian predecessors.
One of the most popular shows in Hawaii, Burn'n Love has been delighting audiences thanks to award-winning Elvis Presley impersonator Darren Lee. You don't have to be a die hard Elvis fan to enjoy this high-energy show in Lahaina.
Ulalena tells the vibrant story of the Hawaiian islands from the beginning settlers to the overthrow of the monarchy. Hawaiian dancing, live music and a state of the art theatre all make Ulalena one of Maui’s top shows you must see.
The Drums of the Pacific luau, located at the Hyatt Maui Resort on Kaanapali Beach, is one Maui's best luaus. Experience glimpses of Hawaii, Tahiti and New Zealand culture while enjoying a mai tai and traditional Hawaiian meal.
The Grand Luau, also known as Honua'ula, is an outstanding luau located on the grounds of the spectacular Grand Wailea. If you're staying in south Maui, this luau is just a stroll away. Enjoy fire dancing, Hawaiian lawn games and an amazing show.
Voted the most romantic Maui luau, the Feast at Lele feels like an intimate gathering. Oceanfront in Lahaina, this luau leads you on a 5-course culinary expedition through Hawaii, Samoa, New Zealand and Tahiti, along with fire dancers and music.
The most popular (and some consider the most authentic) Maui luau, the Old Lahaina Luau has a beautiful setting right on the water. Great food, music, dance, and ocean sunsets help maintain its reputation. Make sure to book at least a few months ahead.