Wailea Oceanfront Luau
Vendor: WaileaMarriottLuauTeAuMo/Tihat
Category: Luaus
Location: Maui


A constant among the vast generations of Hawaiians and Polynesians is the ocean tide. The tide linking all of Oceania, Te Au Moana, shares the ancestral telling's of the people of Maui and the Pacific through lavish songs and dances; songs and dances that celebrate their intrinsic skills. Fishing, gathering, gift giving, romance, tapa making (bark cloth) were vital aspects of daily Polynesian life. Te Au Moana celebrates these natural relationships among the Polynesians, and invites you to enjoy an extraordinary Luau experience like no other.


  • Flower Craft: It is common throughout Polynesia to find great gatherings of people weaving indigenous foliage and flowers into elaborate arrangements. Guests will share in this pastime by creating their own floral piece; and learn of the significance of the lei and experience its timeless appeal.
  • Kapa: Otherwise tapa or bark cloth can be found throughout all of Polynesia. To Hawaiians it is a hana no'eau or skilled art that survived extinction and is being constantly revived.
  • Coconut Husking: The coconut is a central staple to the Polynesian diet. Maui's mother Hina is closely associated with the coconut throughout the South Pacific. Our coconut artisan will demonstrate the skill of husking, opening, and processing of the coconut from liquid to milk as it has been prepared for hundreds of years
  • Casual Hula's and Story Telling: Hula to share with guests who wish to remain seated and enjoy the ambiance.
  • Tongan Crafters: Dressed in traditional garments, our cousins the Tongan Crafters and Carvers display hand crafted artifacts for discussion and storytelling.
  • Samoan Crafter: Native to the islands of Samoa, our Samoan crafter shares with you the crafts and stories behind the crafts that come from her homeland.
  • Hawaiian Artisans: Maui's own Kapu family will provide a Hawaiian exhibit and offer deep insight into the multitude of Hawaiian Weapons, epic voyages, and royal lineages of Maui.
  • Ulumaika: A Hawaiian game played during the Makahiki otherwise harvest festival where peace and the arts were enjoyed by all.


  • Interactive Activities
  • All You Can Eat Gourmet Buffet
  • Open Bar
  • Imu Ceremony
  • Polynesian Hula Show with Fire Dancer
  • Children under 6 are admitted free


  • Mahi Mahi with Lemon Butter
  • Imu Baked Kalua Pig
  • Grilled Teriyaki Steaks
  • Shoyu Chicken
  • Garlic Fried Rice
  • Molokai Sweet Potatoes
  • House-made Macaroni Salad
  • Tossed Kula Greens, papaya seed dressing
  • Lomi Lomi Salad
  • Poi
  • Chuka Soba noodle salad
  • Pineapple Coleslaw
  • Stir-fry Vegetables
  • Sweet rolls & Butter


Standard and Premium seating are available. Choose Premium for seats closest to the stage.


  • Availability: Monday, Tuesdays (January 1st, 2019 through March 26th, 2019 only), Thursday, Friday and Saturday
  • Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm (times vary with the seasons)
  • Location: Wailea - Click here for directions.
  • Duration: Approximately 3 Hours


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Premium Adult$135.00
Premium Child$85.00
Standard Adult$118.00
Standard Child (6-12)$75.00
Standard Child (5 and Under)$0.00