Maui's longest-running luau has all the ingredients for a perfect Hawaiian evening: beach setting, beautiful sunset, free-flowing drinks, all-you-can-eat dinner, and a dazzling Polynesian show.
The trumpet of a conch shell beckons you to join Maui's oldest luau. Before the dancers and musicians take the stage, enjoy an authentic imu ceremony and witness the traditional Hawaiian cooking method of grilling meat under the sand.
Dinner begins with a complimentary mai tai, glass of wine, beer, or soft drink. Once the aroma of authentic Hawaiian cuisine overwhelms you, venture to the all-you-care-to-eat buffet and indulge in classic island fare such as kalua pork and mahi-mahi. There's even a kids' buffet that features pizza, hot dogs, and burgers.
As the sun sets, the sound of drums fills the air. Dancers emerge from offstage with native Hawaiian, Tahitian, Samoan, and Maori performances. The choreography is meant to do more than entertain—it also tells the stories and legends of the islands. Your luau experience comes to a close with fire knife dancers lighting up the night sky with death-defying feats.