At The Scenic Oceanfront
Ka'anapali Beach Club
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ENJOY DINNER AND A CULTURAL JOURNEY
Held at a beautiful oceanfront location on the grounds of the Ka'anapali Beach Club, Huaka'i Luau invites you to experience Hawaiian and Polynesian culture through music, dance, storytelling and great food! 

Enjoy a Mai Tai tropical drink, check out the Hawaiian arts & crafts and Polynesian exhibits and then head to the island-style buffet to fill your plate with a wide variety of delicacies, such as barbecue short ribs, kalua pork, mahi mahi, tropical fruits, mouthwatering desserts and much more! 

After dinner, sit back and enjoy a spectacular Polynesian show featuring a cast of talented performers. Watch graceful hula dancers sway their hips and marvel at the skilled fire dancers as your memorable evening comes to a close. Let us share with you Momi ‘O Ka Pakipika, Hawaii, the pearl of the Pacific through the music and story of Huaka'i, Journey Through Polynesia.
  • Shell lei greeting upon arrival
  •  Traditional Hawaiian luau feast with a delicious buffet dinner
  •  Beautiful oceanfront location in the heart of Ka'anapali 
  •  Learn about Hawaiian and Polynesian culture through music, dance, cultural exhibits and presentations 
  •  Spectacular show after dinner features music and dances from Hawaii and greater Polynesia
Luau Highlights
Huaka'i Luau
Polynesian Dances
Fire Knife Dance
Beautiful Setting
Kids Buffet Table
Local Crafters
About the Show
Being the most isolated islands in the world, Hawaii lies in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. With our warm tropical climate, beautiful tropical flowers, serene sandy beaches, and intriguing culture, Hawaii surely is the pearl of the Pacific. Let us share with you Momi ‘O Ka Pakipika, Hawaii, the pearl of the Pacific through the music and story of Huaka'i, Journey Through Polynesia. 

Ke Kani Malie means the Gentle Sound. This refers to the gentle sounds of our ‘Aina and the elements that surround it reminding us that our Kupuna (ancestors) have paved a cultural path for us and our future as Hawaiian people. It is our kuleana (responsibility) to perpetuate this culture and share our knowledge so that the ways of our Kupuna are never forgotten. 

“The voices of our ancestors are ringing, telling us stories of old Hawaii. You can feel it in the wind, and hear it in the rain. You can hear it in the beat of the Pahu. Ke Kani Malie is our canoe. Our ancestors will guide us as a family through this cultural journey. We will teach our keiki, and strive to live like our Kupuna. EO e Ke Kani Malie.” 
MORE HIGHLIGHTS
  • Hawaiian Buffet and Show
  •  Complimentary Mai Tai and Juice
  •  Shell Lei Greeting
  •  Hawaiian Crafts
  •  Fire Knife Dance
  •  Cultural Dances and Music of Hawaii and Polynesia
SCHEDULE: April - October
5:00 PM Check In
5:30 PM Doors Open
6:00 PM Buffet Served
7:00 - 8:15 PM Oceanfront Show
SCHEDULE: November - March
4:30 PM Check In
5:00 PM Doors Open
5:30 PM Buffet Served
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM Oceanfront Show
Journey Through Polynesia
THE VIEW
Best oceanfront location on Ka'anapali Beach. Meet the performers as you enter Huaka'i Luau with its picture perfect location overlooking the islands of Molokai and Lanai.
THE FEAST
Maui's newest Luau also has the best selection of food - Namasu – pickled onion, carrot, cucumber; Poi – mashed taro, traditional palate cleanser; Ahi Poke – ahi tuna, seaweed, onion, tomato, scallion, sesame citrus marinade and much more!
THE SHOW
With our warm climate, beautiful tropical flowers, serene sandy beaches and intriguing culture, Hawaii surely is the pearl of the Pacific. Let us share with you Momi ‘O Ka Pakipika, Hawaii, the pearl of the Pacific through the music and story of Huaka'i.
Buffet Menu
Cold Buffet
ALL ITEMS EXCEPT FOR TARO & HAWAIIAN SWEET ROLLS ARE GLUTEN FREE
  •  Kula Greens – Mixed Local Greens: Carrot, Tomato, Cucumber Garnish, Lilikoi Dressing, Ranch Dressing, Papaya Seed Dressing
  •  Namasu – Pickled Onion, Carrot, Cucumber
  •  Poi – Mashed Taro, Traditional Palate Cleanser
  •  Ahi Poke – Ahi Tuna, Seaweed, Onion, Tomato, Scallion, Sesame Citrus Marinade
  •  Lomi Salmon – Salted Salmon, Tomato and Onion
  •  Pineapple
  •  Papaya
  •  Melon
  •  Taro & Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
  •  Lilikoi Butter
  •  Whip Butter
Hot Buffet
ALL ITEMS  ARE GLUTEN FREE
  •  Steamed Vegetables– Molokai Sweet Potato, Carrots, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Corn, Red Potatoes, Hawaiian Spices
  •  Luau Leaf – Taro Leaf with Coconut Milk (Vegetarian Dish)
  •  Fried Rice – Sesame Stir Fried Vegetables, Pineapple, Shoyu, Furikake
  •  BBQ Short Rib – Braised Beef Short Rib, Mango BBQ Sauce
  •  Seared Mahi – Tropical Fruit Salsa
  •  Shoyu Chicken – Sweet and Savory Roasted Chicken Thigh
  •  Kalua Pork – Smokey Slow Roasted Fork Tender Pulled Pork 
KIDS Buffet
  •  Crispy Chicken Tenders
  •  Kalua Pig Sliders
  •  Green Beans and Carrots (Gluten free)
  •  Macaroni & Cheese
  •  Fruit Salad - (Gluten free)
  •  Jell-O - (Gluten free)
DRINKS
  •  Mai Tai
  •  Pineapple Juice
  •  Full limited (no blended drinks) open bar that includes unlimited beer/wine/soda/juices/water
DESSERTS
  •  Haupia Cake – Coconut Cake, Haupia Glaze, Toasted Coconut
  •  Pineapple Upside Down Cake – Moist Cake, Pineapple, Brown Sugar Glaze, Cherries, Whip Cream
  •  Chocolate Macadamia Brownies - Fudge Brownies, Chocolate Icing, Toasted Macadamia Nuts
  •  Lilikoi Bar – Shortbread Crust, Sweet and Tart Lilikoi Custard Layer, Whip Cream, Tropical Fruit Purees
  •  Kahuna Casserole – Graham Crust, Chocolate Mousse, Caramel, Coconut, Candied Macadamia Nuts, White Chocolate
Raving Reviews
Reservations
Where and When:
April to October: Check in at 5:00 pm. Doors open at 5:30 pm.
November to March: Check in at 4:30 pm. Doors open at 5:00 pm.

Check in at the Ka'anapali Beach Club. Huaka'i performs on the Luau Lawn:

104 Ka'anapali Shores Place
Lahaina, HI 96761 

Free parking is available at Ka'anapali Beach Club in the underground garage.
Special Notes:
Hours of operation and menu are subject to change without notice due to weather, seasonality of food, etc.
Infants (0-4) are able to have their own seat and plate of dinner.
Seating is on a first come first serve basis.
Operation Days:
Wednesday
Restrictions:
There are no specific restrictions for this activity. 
If someone has an allergy, please let the luau know at check-in and they will assist you with it.
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