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Take a unique journey in the centrally-located Maui Tropical Plantation in the quaint area of Waikapu. Not only are guests gifted a delicious luau buffet dinner and open bar, but they are treated to a warm Hawaiian welcome and unique plantation tour ride, showcasing various aspects of the Hawaiian culture that is not easily viewed anywhere else! Entertainment includes a traditional canoe procession, torch lighting, and musical marvels.
Located at the renowned Black Rock in Kaanapali, this luau is cloaked by a beautiful Hawaiian sunset like no other. Join us for an unforgettable evening of Hawaiian arts and crafts, a steamy all-you-can-eat luau dinner, and memorizing entertainment by a Tihati Polynesia Revue. Offered Monday and Wednesday nights at the Sheraton Maui Resort.
It's a family affair with Maui's Magical Family! Join master illusionists Jody and Kathleen Baran, along with their 2 daughters, for a night of food, fun, and awe. In addition to mind-boggling stunts and tricks, guests are treated to a 3-course meal (2-course for children under 12) and an open bar, serving everything from alcoholic beverages to soft drinks. The evening's performance also includes numbers of Hawaiian legend from Kano'eau Dance Academy's award-winning cast. Gold Circle premium seating recommended. General seating begins in the second row. Special pricing on general seating for children 6-12 and teens 13-20. Once child under 6 is free with a paying adult. Presented Tuesday through Saturday at the Kaanapali Beach Hotel. Check-in at 4:30pm; doors open at 4:45pm; show ends at 7:45pm. Reservations required.
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Indulge yourself in a complete 5-course epicurean meal while being treated to a heaping dose of traditional Polynesian culture. Blending ideas from the Pacific islands of Aotearoa, Tahiti, Samoa, and Hawaii, the Feast at Lele gives you a royal tour like no other, complete with a special West Maui sunset. Each new delicious course brings not only another mouth-watering taste to your palate, but also a journey to another exotic island, complete with unforgettable demonstrations of native culture, including dance and chant.