The Grand Luau at Honuaula

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The story of the great island of Maui comes to life in this magical evening of Polynesian dance and storytelling. Through the power of dance and music, uncover the tales of the first intrepid seafarers who crossed miles of open ocean to discover the Hawaiian islands and learn about the discovery of Maui itself by the famous voyagers Laamaikahiki and Moikeha. Learn the myths of the gods and goddesses that aided them on their journeys, and the colorful, magical characters that make up the history of this vibrant land. Pele, goddess of the volcanoes and fire, who came to Maui ahead of man with her lava to craft the massive Haleakala crater. Or, the goddess of mist whose life-giving rains make the beautiful jungles and wetlands possible. Before the show, enjoy traditional Hawaiian lawn games, and feast on the finest, island-inspired foods at this quintessentially Valley Isle experience you’ll never forget!

Learn the story of fire goddess Pele. She lives in Halemaumau crater on the Big Island of Hawaii, but before she settled on that place as her home, she went from island to island—including Maui—with her magic digging stick, searching for the perfect spot. She brought with her land-creating lava, and created the Haleakala volcano while on Maui.


“Excellent food, entertainment and service. I’m local and had family from Florida visiting for the first time. We enjoyed everything so much. First time there but will differently go again.” – Bonny V., via TripAdvisor

“Excellent in every area: ordering tickets, confirmation, communication, details, check-in, setting, food, and show. We have been to 3 luaus and this one was the best by far. We highly recommend.” Chris B., TripAdvisor

“The luau was amazing. Food was delicious, show was fun and cool to see. Great cultural experience, and the venue was beautiful.” Breanna M., via TripAdvisor


  • An open bar of mai tais, pina coladas, beer, wine, cocktails and juice.
  • A delicious buffet of sirloin steaks, Molokai sweet potatoes with guava, seared mahimahi, island style fried rice with lup cheong sausage, shoyu chicken, kalua pig, and more.
  • A dessert bar featuring chocolate macadamia nut brownies, pineapple upside down cake, guava mousse, coconut cake and haupia (coconut pudding).
  • An authentic imu (underground oven for cooking a whole pig) ceremony
  • Traditional lawn games.