Maui Hyatt Luau
The Maui Hyatt Luau is a great luau, located on Ka'anapali Beach. Easily accessible from many West side locations, this is a top of the line luau with all the fine things you would expect from a Maui Luau.
The Drums of the Pacific is a high energy show, treating you to the rhythms of a variety of Polynesian cultures. See the dances of New Zealand, wildly energetic Maori dances of war and strength. Also visit Tonga, with their roaring drums and amazing songs that are sure to get your heart pumping. The beautiful women of this Maui luau will also treat you to the hula kahiko from here in Hawaii, as well as traditional dances from all over the Polynesian islands.
Drums of the Pacific Maui Luau Poster. And of course what Maui luau could be complete without some Don Ho? Sit back relax and soak in the Hawaii of yesteryear as you travel back to a time of Elvis, swaying palms and of course "Tiny Bubbles."
Of course we haven't even mentioned the sumptuous buffet awaiting for you soon after entering the luau grounds. Traditional island dishes such as poi, lomilomi salmon, ahi poke and more await you. A little less adventurous? Try the Ulupalakua beef, Kalua pork, grilled chicken or mahi mahi with a cream sauce. There are also plenty of salad and vegetable dishes available, along with rolls, coffee, tea, sodas. Did I forget to mention, this Maui luau also has an open bar! Maui Luau Hyatt Dancers. Now, with all this good food it would be easy to stuff yourself before you get to the best part, so be careful to save some room for the wonderful dessert buffet. The Hyatt Maui luau features Macadamia nut luau cream pie, Haupia, pineapple cake and an excellent bread pudding. Ending your night of right, the amazing Chief Fa'a takes the stage to showcase some of the fastest Samoan fire knife spins in all of Hawaii. His daredevil show includes fire eating, passes behind the back and many more amazing moves with his red hot knifes. Treat yourself to an evening at the Maui Hyatt Luau's Drums of the Pacific Show.There’s no better way to spend an evening on Maui than enjoying great food, an open bar, and fabulous entertainment at the Royal Lahaina Luau at the Royal Lahaina Resort in picturesque Kaanapali.. The Luau is a celebration of the Hawaiian people and you are invited to share in this wonderful event. It true Hawaiian style, your evening at the Royal Lahaina Luau begins with a shell lei greeting as you are escorted to your table. A photographer is available to take a picture of you with Kaanapali beach and the sunset in the background. What a treasured keepsake of this wonderful event. OPEN BAR !
You’ll witness the Imu ceremony where the main course of the evening, the Kalua Pig is removed from its earthen oven. As the Kalua pig is bing prepared, your host invites you on stage for a hula lesson. No pressure, but it’s a great opportunity to participate in this uniquely Hawaiian activity. Includes a Full Open Bar! By now, the sun has set behind Lanai, and your evening continues as dinner is served – truly a meal fit for royalty! Your buffet consists of Kalua Pig, Kalua Turkey, Poi, Fish, Island Chicken, and other island favorites. As you finish the Maui luau feast, the entertainment begins. You’ll witness different styles of hula dancing from all over Polynesia – Tahiti, New Zealand, Samoa, and Hawaii. The music, played by a live band, is a wonderful complement to the artistry of the dancers, whose costumes are intricate and beautiful and inspired by the islands and unique history of this wonderful place. The dances tell a story which your host will narrate.
The most anticipated event of the evening is the Samoan Fire Knife dance which definitely does not disappoint! This demonstration is as good as any other luau where you might have seen a Samoan Fire Knife Dance. But the Royal Lahaina Luau goes a step further with a fire spectacular finale! It is as beautiful as it is dangerous. Unlike other luaus which normally feature only one Fire Knife Dancer, this Maui Luau features multiple fire knife dancers and even flaming poi balls! This grand finale of the Royal Lahaina Luau is a spectacle not to be missed!
Closing Ceremony at the Lahaina Civic Center was a great combination of succulent and plentiful food and native dancing. First in all divisions receives a Signature ball along with beautiful individual tournament T-shirts. Second place teams receives a Team Plaques with individual tournament T-shirts.
The Mayor, the tournament staff and the staff of the Maui Department of Recreation will be on hand to address the participants and to present the awards.