Maui Luaus

Looking to add some excitement to your Maui vacation? A luau is the perfect activity for groups of all ages. Not only are they a ton of fun, but they’re also a great way to learn about Hawaiian culture. What more could you want from an outing on your vacation? Fun and culture, all in one.

Many Maui luaus offer unique experiences that can’t find anywhere else. From the traditional Polynesian dances to the delicious Hawaiian food, there’s something for everyone at a Maui luau.

Booking a luau is a must and to help you out, check out our list of luaus on Maui below.

Check out our list of popular Maui Luaus:

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Wailele Polynesian Luau

Embark on a vibrant and exciting journey to the Polynesian Islands.

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Royal Lahaina Myths of Maui Luau

Oceanfront at the Royal Lahaina Resort's Luau

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Old Lahaina Luau

Oceanfront Hawaiian luau on Maui

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Drums of the Pacific Luau

An unforgettable luau at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

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This Week Hawaii’s List of Best Luaus on Maui

Maui luaus offer an authentic taste of Polynesian culture, delicious food, and stunning sunset views. When you are planning your vacation, a luau can fulfill a lot of what you look for in a vacation event. Here are our picks for the top Maui luaus:

Huaka‘i Luau

Haukai Luau

This luau is hosted at the Maalaea Harbor at Maui Ocean Center and features traditional Hawaiian games, live music, and hula dancers. The highlight of the evening is the imu (underground oven) ceremony, where a whole pig is cooked in an underground oven lined with lava rocks.

A Grand Wailea Luau

Grand Wailea Luau

This luau takes place at the world-famous Grand Wailea Resort & Spa. The evening begins with a mai tai greeting and continues with a buffet dinner featuring Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, and New Zealand cuisine. The entertainment includes traditional Polynesian dances from each of the cultures represented in the meal, as well as fire knife dancers and a conch shell blowing ceremony.

Wailele Polynesian Luau

Wailele Polynesian Luau. Maui Luaus

Held at the The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Kaanapali, the evening begins with a lei greeting and mai tais, followed by a buffet dinner featuring Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, Fijian, and Marquesan dishes. The entertainment includes hula and fire dancing, as well as Polynesian drumming.

Royal Lahaina Myths of Maui Luau

Royal Lahaina Myths of Maui Luau. Maui Luaus

This luau is held at the Royal Lahaina Resort in Lahaina. The evening starts with a mai tai greeting and continues with a buffet dinner featuring Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, and Marquesan dishes. The entertainment includes hula dancers, fire knife dancers, and a Polynesian revue.

Old Lahaina Luau

Old Lahaina Luau. Maui Luaus

This is one of the most popular luaus on Maui, and takes place in an outdoor oceanfront setting in Lahaina. The evening begins with a mai tai greeting and continues with a buffet dinner featuring Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, Fijian, and New Zealand cuisine. The entertainment includes hula dancers, fire knife dancers, and a Polynesian revue.

Legends Of Kaanapali Luau

Legends of Kaanapali Luau. Maui Luaus

This luau is held at the Kaanapali Beach Hotel. The evening begins with a mai tai greeting and continues with a buffet dinner featuring Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, Fijian, and Marquesan dishes. The entertainment includes hula dancers, fire knife dancers, and a Polynesian revue.

Drums of the Pacific Luau

Drums of the Pacific Luau. Maui Luaus

This luau is held at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa in Lahaina. The evening starts with a mai tai greeting and continues with a buffet dinner featuring Hawaiian, Samoan, Tahitian, Fijian, and New Zealand cuisine. The entertainment includes hula dancers, fire knife dancers, and a Polynesian revue.

Grand Wailea Luau Dancers

Compare Maui Luaus

To help you decide which of the Maui luaus is best for you and your family, visit the listings above and compare their offerings, show times and how close they are to where you are staying. But no matter which of the Maui luaus you choose, we are pretty sure you will have a great time.

Popular Questions About Maui Luaus

There’s nothing quite like a luau to get you in the mood for romance. And Maui offers some of the best luaus in Hawaii. Here are our top picks for luaus that are perfect for couples:

1. Old Lahaina Luau: This luau is known for its authentic Hawaiian food and Polynesian entertainment. It’s the perfect place to learn about Hawaiian culture while enjoying a delicious meal.

2. Feast at Lele: This luau is a bit more upscale, but it’s still a great option for couples. The food is incredible, and the setting is beautiful.

3. Te Au Moana Luau: This luau is a great choice for couples who want to experience an authentic Hawaiian luau. The setting is stunning, and the food is delicious.

When it comes to maui luaus, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, maui luaus are typically large affairs, so you’ll want to make sure the venue can accommodate your group. Second, maui luaus are usually all-inclusive, so you’ll want to check whether the luau you’re considering includes food and drink in the price. And finally, maui luaus are typically a lot of fun, so you’ll want to make sure the luau you choose is one that your group will enjoy.

With that in mind, here are a few of the best maui luaus for groups:

The Maui Luau at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa is a great option for groups. The luau includes a buffet dinner with maui-style dishes, live entertainment, and a general admission to the resort’s Aquatic Park. The luau is also all-inclusive, so you don’t need to worry about food and drink.

The Old Lahaina Luau is another great option for groups. The luau includes a buffet dinner with maui-style dishes, live entertainment, and a reserved seating area. The luau is also all-inclusive, so you don’t need to worry about food and drink.

Are luaus in Maui worth it? That’s a tough question to answer. On one hand, they’re a great way to experience Hawaiian culture. On the other hand, they can be quite expensive.

If you’re on a budget, there are a few things you can do to make sure you get the most out of your luau experience. First, book your tickets in advance. Second, try to find a package that includes food and entertainment. Third, don’t be afraid to ask for discounts.

At the end of the day, whether or not a luau in Maui is worth it is up to you. If you’re looking for an authentic Hawaiian experience, then it’s probably worth it. However, if you’re just looking for a fun night out, there are cheaper options available.

When it comes to Maui luaus, there are a few hotels that really stand out. The Grand Wailea Resort & Spa, for example, offers an authentic luau experience complete with a traditional imu ceremony. The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa also offers a memorable luau experience, complete with hula dancing and a fire knife show. And of course, the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea features a luxurious luau complete with an open bar and gourmet buffet.

If you’re looking to avoid the crowds at Maui luaus, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, book your luau in advance. This will help ensure that you get a spot at a popular luau, like the Old Lahaina Luau. Second, try to avoid the peak season for luaus, which is typically from June to August. Instead, plan your trip for shoulder season, when there are fewer tourists. Finally, consider staying at a resort that offers its own luau, like the Grand Wailea Maui. This way, you won’t have to worry about fighting the crowds to get a spot at a popular luau.