Honua’ula Lu’au

Location: Wailea, Maui

Polynesian sailors discover Maui

Honua’ula Luau takes us back to a time when seafaring Polynesians discovered Hawaii. It touches upon the documented voyages of La’amaikahiki and Moikeha, who first came to Maui, specifically the area named Honua’ula.

It speaks of gods and goddesses that watched over these courageous people and how they were able to co-exist and live in harmony.

Pele prepares Maui for the Hawaiians

Pele, the goddess of fire, is described as one who came prior to the settlers, paving the way with her lava so there would be land sufficient for the Hawaiian people to live.

Lilinoe, the goddess of the mist, was said to linger above, sending cool rains to nourish the lands.

The mermaid of Maui, Kananaka, swooned near the surfers and tried to capture them for fun.

The love story legend of Naulu, the goddess of the clouds, could only visit her lover Kanaloa in the clouds.

Traditional Polynesian dancing and costumes

These stories are combined to create an exciting evening of traditional chant and hula, bringing the history of our island home Maui, to life.

Hele Mai – Come and enjoy the magical enchantment of Honua’ula.

  • Availability: Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
  • Time: Seating starts 5:00, Table Assignment starts at 4:00
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Seating: Standard & Premium

Standard Seating $130 / $85 / 0

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Premium Seating $155 / $100 / $70

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