Hyatt Regency Resort Ka'anapali Drums of The Pacific Luau
- Hyatt Regency Ka’anapali Beach Resort
- 7 days per week
- 5:30-8:30 pm
- Adults – $114 (13 & older)
- Children – $69 (ages 6-12 years)
- Infant: Free (5 and under)
- Free Child with Paying Adult
- 200 Nohea Kai Drive Lahaina, HI 96761
Included with Ticket Price:
- Lei Greeting and fresh mai tai’s or fruit punch for each guest upon entering.
- A delightful performance of Hula and Hawaiian music.
- Traditional arts and crafts demonstrations.
- Impressive torch lighting ceremony.
- Authentic imu ceremony and the unveiling of the main dish, Kalua Pua’a.
- Polynesian fashion show featuring the islands most exotic pareaus (sarong) worn in creative styles.
- A chance to come on stage and learn the Hula a thrilling 3-man Samoan fireknife finale
Drums of the Pacific Menus:
All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Features:
• Kalua Pork
• Huli Huli Chicken
• Island Fish
• Polynesian Rice
• Seasonal Vegetables
• Makamaka w/Medallions of Molokai Purple Sweet Potato
• Creamed Taro Leaf w/Coconut Milk
• Fresh Sliced Tropical Fruits
• Pancit Noodle Salad
• Roasted Wedges of Maui Onions
• Lomi Lomi Salmon
• Pacific Ahi Poke
• Tossed Green Salad
• Taro rolls w/Whipped Lilikoi Butter
Dessert Bar Features:
• Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cream Brownie
• Haupia with Toasted Coconut
• Pineapple Cake
• Bread Pudding
Open Tiki Bar:
• Mai Tai’s
• Beer, Wine, Standard Cocktails
• Tropical Fruit Punch
• Juices and Sodas
The Drums of the Pacific Luau is our favorite West Side Luau. If you are staying on the Ka’anapali/Lahaina side of the island this is the best luau available. From the moment you arrive at the Hyatt Regency Ka’anapali you will understand why we love this luau so much. The resort itself is breathtaking with endless views of Lanai and Molokai and Ka’anapali Beach. The luau grounds are on the water’s edge and you can see the colors of the sunset as you enjoy the show under our beautiful Maui Skies.
The sound of the conch shell and the beating of the drums, signal the start of one of Hawaii’s most exciting Lu’aus. “Drums of the Pacific” Polynesian Spectacular takes you on a journey through the islands of Polynesia, complete with a traditional I’mu ceremony and the exotic flavors of native Hawaiian cuisine. Featuring authentic dances and music of the old Hawaii, Tahiti, the Tuamotus, Rarotonga, New Zealand, Tonga, and a thrilling 3-man Samoan fire knife finale.
Going to a luau is one of our favorite ways to spend an evening with friends when they come to visit the island of Maui. The Drums of the Pacific Luau at the Hyatt Recency in Ka’anapali is just absolutely amazing. If you are staying on the West side of Maui we recommend this luau. Why do we like this luau so much? It comes down to spectacular location, impeccable food quality and preparation, delicious top shelf bar, five-star service, powerful authentic Polynesian Revue, and a breathtaking fire knife dance finale.
One of the biggest reasons we love Luaus it’s a great way to bring our children and family to dinner. Just that experience in and of itself is part of the Hawaiian culture. This is a true feast and show experience and what a great way to entertain and feed everyone at once. My kids have gone to many luaus, and they enjoy them every time. The experience is always memorable and entertaining for everyone, even the pickiest of eaters. Families with small kids love it because, if the kiddos don’t like what they got from the buffet they can go back and get something else, if they spill it’s generally grass under their feet, if they are being loud the show drowns it out. To boot there’re tons of fun things to eat and drink and the show keeps everybody entertained. We also love the fact that everybody can get dressed up and get a great photo of the family with a perfect Maui Sunset backdrop. Great keepsake!