Maui Luaus


Experience the tastes and sights of Hawaiian culture and history with a luau at a beautiful beachfront resort while the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean. You’ll enjoy an all-you-can-eat feast of Hawaiian cuisine, an open bar, emceed entertainment with audience participation, and authentic performances with vibrant costumes from Hawaii, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa culminating in the exciting fire-knife dance. 

Guidebook Reviews

Maui Revealed guidebook:

Going to a luau can be a real blast, and it's highly recommended.

Moon guidebook:

Attending a luau is like going to dinner theater. It’s a good opportunity to try a lot of local foods at once. Kids also seem to love them.

Activity Comparison

There are two luaus we recommend, one in Ka’anapali (West Maui) and one in Wailea (South Maui). They are more similar than different, so you may just want to decide based on proximity to where you are staying, your budget, and availability. Additional details and booking options can be found by visiting the individual pages.

The luaus are held at popular oceanfront locations, Kaanapali Beach and Wailea Beach, which are worth a visit even if you're not staying nearby. Each location boasts beachfront paved paths, perfect for strolling the scenic coastline and for enjoying seasonal whale watching. Additionally, shopping opportunities like Whaler's Village in Kaanapali or the Shops at Wailea can make for a well-rounded afternoon before the luau begins.

Activity 1

Kaanapali Sheraton, West Maui

Activity 2

Wailea Marriott, South Maui


Kaanapali Beach in West Maui / Lahaina

Wailea in South Maui (near Kihei)

Dinner Format


Table Service

Price Higher price is for premium seating

Age 13+: $190 / $219
Age 6-12: $106 / $134
Age 5 & under: Free

Age 13+: $265+ / $295+
Age 6-12: $83+ / $190+
Age 5 & under: Free

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