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Located on the Sunset Terrace at the Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa in West Maui, the nearby sunset views on Kaʻanapali Beach and the stunning surrounding landscaping only add to the experience of this excellent Maui luau. Maui’s longest-running luau, Drums of the Pacific, shows the contrast of different island cultures, from Samoan fire dancing to Tahitian drumming to the mesmerizing Hawaiian hula. Since Polynesian culture dictates the welcome treatment of visitors, this luau emphasizes everyone be fed well and thoroughly entertained as an expression of hospitality.
Maui Luau Feast
Arrive and have your photo taken along the scenic beach walk, and enjoy a wide selection of food, including Kalua Pork, Huli Huli Chicken, Island Fish, Polynesian Rice, Makamaka, Molokai Purple Sweet Potatoes, Creamed Taro Leaf, Seasonal Vegetables, Fruits, Maui Onions, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Ahi Poke, Poi, Salad, Noodle Salad and Taro Rolls with Whipped Lilikoi Butter. Yum! There is also a full dessert bar with specialties like the Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cream Brownie, Pineapple Cake, and more, as well as cocktails, beer, wine, fruit punch, juices, and sodas.
Hyatt Kaʻanapali Luau Show
This lively luau is highly recommended for those interested in dance styles of the Polynesian Islands and Hawaii and makes for an unforgettable evening under the Maui night sky. Each guest will be treated to a lei and fresh drink greeting, traditional arts and crafts demonstrations, a torch lighting ceremony, an authentic Imu ceremony, a Polynesian fashion show, and the option to come on stage and learn the Hula!
Lahaina • Napili • Kahana • Kapalua
Drums of the Pacific Luau Photos