You simply cannot travel to Hawaii without attending a luau, and Feast at Lele offers one of the best ones on the island. Everyone here is treated like a first class guest, no matter what ticket you buy. There is a reason this luau is called a feast, as you are served five dishes and each dish comes with two side dishes, so remember to bring your appetite. Also be sure to come thirsty, as the drinks are unlimited all night.
People appreciate the cozy atmosphere of this luau, as instead of being seated at a large banquet table with strangers, everyone is placed at their own private tables with friends and family. The luau show is right on par with the high quality and delectable food, as you will have the opportunity to watch a traditional Polynesian show that is complete with hula from Hawaii, Samoa, Tahiti and Maori.
Feast of Lele holds their luau on the same beach that the royal family of Maui used to feast and entertain at. Here you will get a fantastic panoramic view of the West Maui sunsets, all while being taken on an epic culinary and cultural journey you will be sure to remember for life.