Maui Luau and Hula Shows

Maui Hula Shows

The Story of Hawaii in Dance " Magic of Hula"

Maui Hula shows

Luau at Royal Lahaina Resort

Follow the sound of trumpeting conch shells to Maui’s longest-running luau, where beach-side seating, free-flowing drinks, all-you-care-to-eat dinner, and dazzling Polynesian shows combine for the perfect Hawaiian evening.

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Renaissance Wailea Luau

Renaissance Wailea Luau. The Wailea Sunset Luau is complete with an open bar, imu ceremony and show. Guests are seated at round tables and food is served buffet style. The luau takes place on our beautiful luau gardens located oceanside. Wednesday and Fridays Only.

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Welcome to Maui

Hyatt Regency Luau

Located at the Hyatt Regency on the beach of Kaanapali. Journey through the islands of Polynesia as the Hyatt Regency Maui presents, The “Drums of the Pacific”, one of the hottest shows on the island.

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Royal Lahaina Luau

Myths of Maui Luau

At the Royal Hawaiian Resort.  Experience Maui’s Most Exciting Oceanfront Luau!Shell Lei Aloha greeting, Complimentary cocktails, beer, wine, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages.

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About Hula in Hawaii

Hula is the soul of Hawaii expressed in motion. No one knows its exact origins but Hawaiians agree that the first hula was performed by a god or goddess which makes the dance a sacred ritual.

Some believe the hula was only danced by men, but legend and historical sources tells us both men and women danced. Hawaiian hula is unique and totally different from other Polynesian dances. Although it began as a form of worship during religious ceremonies, it gradually evolved into a form of entertainment.

Every movement in hula has a specific meaning, and every expression of the dancer’s hands has great significance. The movements of a dancer’s body might represent certain plants, animals, and even war. For example, in imitating a shark or waving palm tree, the true hula dancer believes he or she becomes the shark or palm

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