Myths of Maui Luau

Myths of Maui Luau - Enjoy the Island's Beauty, Culture and Charm
Local Expert's Rating:
4 / 5
The Bottom Line:

Myths of Maui Luau, the longest-running luau in Kaapaali, held at the Royal Lahaina Resort expertly takes you along a journey of Polynesian culture. This expertly organized event celebrates and showcases the cultural and culinary spirit of the island. Every minute is a Hawaain adventure for your senses including energetic dancing, live music, and delicious local cuisine enjoyed right on a Maui beachfront setting.

- The Local Expert Team

Every moment during a Hawaiian vacation is outstanding. There is so much to fall in love with. One stand-out experience you should add to your vacation must-see list is A Myths of Maui Luau. It is the longest-running luau in Kaapaali, held at the Royal Lahaina Resort, and it is amazing! I have to say that it was one of the most spectacular evenings of my life. It’s exceptional from beginning to end. As a matter of fact, you won’t want it to end!

Myths of Maui Luau take you along a journey of Polynesian culture. This expertly organized event showcases and celebrates the spirit of the island. Every detail is taken care of. Every minute is a Hawaiian adventure for your senses. Right when you walk in, you are greeted with the most friendly locals, all dressed to impress, and of course, you receive a fragrant lei to get the festivities started. What about the view? It is located right on a breathtaking Maui oceanfront setting, the perfect backdrop for this one-of-a-kind experience. The sunset is remarkable and like no other. You might even get to see the dolphins dancing in the ocean! The locals say to be on the lookout for them to swim by! It’s simply magical!

From start to finish you will be delighted and entertained. Get ready for a phenomenal combination of high-energy rhythmic hula dances, live Hawaiian music of the islands, tasty tropical drinks, and a traditional Hawaiian feast. Wait until you see the dazzling full-cast Samoan fire knife finale. What a way to end the day! 

Now, let’s talk about the menu. Your dining adventure starts with the Imu ceremony a long-time tradition of removing the Pua’a Kalua (Hawaiian for roast pig) from the in-ground oven. That’s right! It is cooked using a combination of hot coals, stones, and layers of leaves right in the ground! The Imu ceremony removes the layers to expose the cooked pork. Truly amazing. Enjoy the spirited sound of the drums as you enjoy the Kalua pork, fresh local fish, teriyaki chicken, mouthwatering salads, stir-fry, noodles, and more. This fresher than fresh farm to food menu will not disappoint. My favorite was the Asian steamed Mahi, Furikake jasmine rice, and the Haupia for dessert was irresistible! Here’s an FYI: They also feature a Keiki (kids) buffet.

Take a look at the menu:

  • Teriyaki Luau chicken
  • Kalua pork
  • Asian steamed Mahi
  • Chicken nuggets
  • Mixed green salad with shredded carrots
  • Macaroni Salad
  • Pineapple wedges
  • Furikake jasmine rice
  • Tofu veggie stir-fry
  • Haupia (Hawaiian pudding)
  • White cake with coconut shavings
  • Luau chocolate cake

You’ll love sipping tropical cocktails throughout the event. The fabulous bar menu features drinks created with local fresh ingredients. The Luau Lu Lu, Hula Hulk, and Blue Hawaii kept us happy throughout the night. If you don’t drink alcoholic beverages, or you have your children with you, no worries, there is plenty of mocktails to enjoy.

There can’t be enough said about the Myths of Maui Luau. Charge up your camera and wear comfy clothes, and closed-toe shoes. This is a five-star family-friendly treasure trove for you to enjoy the Island’s beauty, culture, and charm. It’s the perfect place to create wonderful memories that will last a lifetime. 

Insider Tips:
Upgrade to the Myths of Maui Luau VIP Seating Package and enjoy full access to the bar before general admission opens, premium stage-front seating, and priority dinner buffet access. Ladies will receive orchid flower leis and gentlemen will receive a kukui nut leis. Upgrades are available at the door and usually sell out quickly so purchase them in advance.
-There is plenty of parking at the Royal Lahaina Resort. The fee is $5.00 per car.