Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Maui, Molokai and Lanai Planner 2016-2017
800-525-MAUI (6284) 51 SOUTH MAUI The Grand Lū'au at Honua'ula Grand Wailea, Wailea, 808-875-7710, honuaula-luau.com Tihati's Te Au Moana Lū'au Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Wailea, 877-827-2740, teaumoana.com WEST MAUI Drums of the Pacific Lū'au Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, Kā'anapali, 808-667-4727, maui.hyatt.com The Feast at Lele 505 Front Street, Lāhainā, 866-244-5353, feastatlele.com Legends of Kā'anapali Kā'anapali Beach Hotel, Lāhainā, 808-661-0011, hawaiiculture.com Kā'anapali Sunset Lū'au Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa, Kā'anapali, 808-877-HULA, sheraton-maui.com/ dining/sunsetluau Old Lāhainā Lū'au 1251 Front Street, Lāhainā, 800-248-5828, oldlahainaluau.com The Myths of Maui Royal Lāhainā Resort, Lāhainā, 808-661-9119, mythsofmaui.com Wailele Polynesian Lū'au The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Lāhainā, 808-661-2992, westinmaui.com L 'au Are you really going to visit Hawai'i and not go to a lū'au? Expect a lively celebration of food, entertainment and lesson about Hawaiian and Polynesian cultures at this event. Indulge in a magnificent Hawaiian feast of kālua pig (pork cooked in a traditional pit oven), laulau (seasoned pork and fish wrapped in taro leaves and steamed in ti leaves) and poi (Hawaiian staple made of pounded taro). Open your eyes, ears and stomach to all that Hawai'i has to share! Dining connect DELECTABLE FARE IS EVERYWHERE ON MAUI, MOLOKA'I AND LĀNA'I. You'll find local flavors influenced by the multi-ethnic origins of the islands' residents. Farm-to-table cuisine celebrates the finest fresh foods with signature dishes and a traditional lū'au is a must do.
Island of Hawaii Travel Planner 2017-2018