The only luau on Maui showcasing strictly Hawaiian music, dance, and food. Enjoy learning about Hawaiian history and culture along the ocean's edge, and gather around the 'Imu' (earth oven) as the kalua pig is unearthed. At sunset, the evening's main entertainment begins. Our award-winning production tells the story of the Hawaiians, beginning with the history of the Polynesian migration, then to the ancient Hawaiian Hula, followed by the evolution of a more contemporary style Hula.
Seated in our first-row around the stage, guests are seated cross-legged on cushions and dine from a low table.
|Tables and Chairs|
Enjoy the comfort of sitting at a dining table on chairs. Tables seat up to 8 people.
|Time||5:30 pm - Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb
6:00pm - Mar, Apr, May, Sep
6:30pm - Jun, Jul, Aug
Check-in 15 minutes before showtime. Schedule may vary.
Cancellations are accepted until 10:00 am the day before the scheduled luau. Cancellations after this time or no-shows are considered non-refundable and full charges apply.
Please be aware that these bookings are subject to confirmation. If this is a same-day or next-day booking, there is a reasonable chance this will not be confirmed. For bookings that are confirmed, there will be no cancellations or refunds.
Parties of 15 or more are subject to an automatic gratuity of $8 per person.
There are luaus everywhere you turn in Hawaii. The majority feature warriors who twirl fire and frightening men with long tongues who circulate throughout the crowd scaring the pants (or skirts) off guests. Unfortunately, these features, while Polynesian, are NOT HAWAIIAN! The Old Lahaina Luau - while sometime criticized for "no fire" is the most authentic Hawaiian luau a visitor...
We had experienced a luau during a previous visit to the islands - but not to the standards of the excellent Old Lahaina Luau. The meal and service were above and beyond and the setting sublime - right on the ocean toward the North end of Lahaina. There was a marvelous focus on Hawaiian history and culture from beginning to end, from the food preparation to the entertainment - which was impressive and lovely. Perfect for the whole family.
This luau is actually worth going to. The show tells the history and myth of Hawaii through traditional hula dancing. The dancers are extremely talented. It's not just a few people shaking their junk at you. They actually are serious hula dancers. They have an "open bar" and the food is decent. I would not say the food is the reason you go but at least it's good and there are plenty of choices. The give you a flower for your hair, a lei, and a mini banana bread to take home. We had a 13 year old and a four year old at our table and both were very into the performance. My one complaint is the wood carving artisans were hawking their wares in a real hard sell fashion. That was uncomfortable. That and you'll have to drive home with all the drunks from the "open bar".
We have been going to Maui about once a year for the last 10 years. We go to Old Lahaina Luau most trips, especially when we are traveling with people new...
Luau in Maui time now - one of the top ones, also the luau at the Royal Lahaina is a must go. Food was good and plenty, people were having fun - the...
Attended the Old Lahaina Luau in the end of Sept, 2018. This had been my first ever Luau. Upon entering we were given a complementary Lei and Mai Tai,...