The Maui Hyatt Luau is a great luau, located on Ka’anapali Beach. Easily accessible from many West side locations, this is a top of the line luau with all the fine things you would expect from a Maui Luau, great food and a great show! The Drums of the Pacific is a high energy show, treating you to the rhythms of a variety of Polynesian cultures. See the dances of New Zealand, wildly energetic Maori dances of war and strength. Also visit Tonga, with their roaring drums and amazing songs that are sure to get your heart pumping.The beautiful women of this Maui luau will also treat you to the hula kuhiko from here in Hawaii. The amazing Chief Fa’a takes the stage to showcase some of the fastest Samoan fire knife spins in all of Hawaii. His daredevil show includes fire eating, passes behind the back and many more amazing moves with his red hot knives. Treat yourself to an evening at the Maui Hyatt Luau’s Drums of the Pacific Show! The menu features Hawaiian and Western dishes including; Kalua Pork, Fresh Mahi Mahi, Huli Huli Chicken, Ulupalakua Beef, Kula Potatoes, Hawaiian Sweet Potatoes, Polynesian Rice, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Tossed Salads, Tropical Fruits, and a delightful dessert bar. Tofu stir-fry with veggies and white rice is also available on a nightly basis.
Begin your evening with shell lei greeting, native Hawaiian crafts demonstrations and the traditional Imu ceremony. Sip a Mai Tai as the sun slides below the horizon at one of Maui’s favorite luaus.
The menu features Hawaiian and Western dishes including; Kalua Pork, Fresh Mahi Mahi, Huli Huli Chicken, Ulupalakua Beef, Kula Potatoes, Hawaiian Sweet Potatoes, Polynesian Rice, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Tossed Salads, Tropical Fruits, and a delightful dessert bar. An open bar will serve you all evening. Vegetarian meals can be requested directly to the luau staff on the night of attendance if wanted: Tofu stir-fry with veggies and white rice is available on a nightly basis.
The sound of the conch and the beating of the drums signal the start of the show. Journey through the islands of Polynesia as the “Drums of the Pacific” dancers tell stories of the islands through authentic, exciting song and dance.
- Must bring photo ID to consume alcoholic beverages.
- Fire dancers weather permitting.
- 5 pm start time beginning Oct. 1
- 5:30 pm start time Apr-Sept.
- Hyatt Resort and Spa 200 Nohea Kai Drive, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761