Maui Luau Reviews
Many of Hawaii’s best luaus are found on Maui.
Vibrant and festive gatherings that showcase the rich cultural heritage of Hawaii, luaus take spectators on a journey through the traditions of the Polynesian islands. These traditional Hawaiian feasts are often held outdoors, typically near the beach or under the starry skies, creating a picturesque setting. Maui is home to some of the best luau shows in Hawaii featuring various cultural performances, including hula dances, fire knife performances, and live music, all accompanied by a delicious feast of traditional Hawaiian cuisine. Indulge in local delicacies such as kalua pig, poi, and fresh seafood. The combination of lively entertainment, stunning surroundings, and delectable food makes attending a luau on Maui a memorable and immersive experience, allowing visitors to embrace the spirit of aloha. Use these Maui luau reviews as a guide to finding your perfect luau experience!
Located at beautiful Black Rock on Kaʻanapali Beach, the Sheraton Luau (Maui Nui Luau) is a fun-filled experience you should enjoy.
The Grand Wailea Luau is a captivating Hawaiian cultural experience featuring Polynesian music, dance performances, and a delicious feast.
The Royal Lahaina Luau is known for its incredible buffet. Read about the food, drink, and entertainment in this Royal Lahaina Luau review.
The Te Au Moana Luau at the Wailea Marriott is set along the water making it a perfect dinner show location. Read about our experience.
Enjoy this food review of the Andaz Maui luau known as The Feast At Mokapu. Details of our dining experience on Mokapu Beach in Wailea, Maui.
Kela answers the most common luau questions asked by guests attending a Maui luau in the future. How long, VIP vs Regular, Fire Dancing,…
Home to award-winning breweries and a slew of taphouses, there is no shortage of local beer on Maui to discover.
We breakdown exactly what has changed at the Grand Wailea Luau (also called ‘Aha’Aina Luau) and the pros and cons after reopening.