So you planned your dream beach wedding in Maui, one of the most beautiful places on earth. The date is finalized. The flowers, music and catering are confirmed. Your family and friends are starting to book their flights and accommodations. Your Hawaiian wedding day is all set!
But this trip is more than one day, right? To really give your loved ones a trip they’ll never forget, you want to make sure there are plenty of other activities available so they can take advantage of everything our amazing island has to offer. Want to offer an authentic Hawaiian experience? Luaus are a fabulous way to experience the Hawaiian culture through song, dance & flavorful food and should be on everyone’s must-do list.
The Feast At Lele is one of my favorites and considered by many as the most romantic luau. Featuring a dinner of four epicurean courses from the Pacific island nations of Aotearoa, Tahiti, Samoa, and Hawaiʻi, the Feast at Lele is a tour of Polynesian cuisine and features music and dance from the four exotic Pacific islands that surely won’t disappoint. Need some proof? Check out some reviews on Trip Advisor. Lele offers panoramic views of the gorgeous West Maui sunsets and is where the royal family of Maui would feast and entertain.
Another favorite is the Old Lahaina Lu’au. With spectacular views of Lanai and Molokai, the Old Lahaina Lu’au may be the most authentic of all Hawaiian luaus. The buffet is legendary with traditional Hawaiian dishes. After dinner, learn about Hawaiian history and culture through music and dance beginning with the migration across the Pacific and take in one of the best hula performances you’ll ever see.
There are many other great luaus around the island. Be sure to check out Maui Hawaii Luau to get more info.
I’ll be writing some more posts in the next few weeks with more ideas on how to make a Maui wedding a trip of a lifetime, such as boat cruises, snorkeling & zip lining. Follow us on Facebook to get the latest from Maltese Dreams.