Feast of Lele
No trip to Hawaii is complete without an authentic Polynesian Luau. Come experience the romance and spirit of adventure at Feast at Lele’s, located in West Maui at Lele beach (more commonly referred to as Lahaina). This luau is complete with cultural performances, a traditional feast, live music, history highlights, and more, all set within a naturally beautiful atmosphere.
The creators and members of this luau aspire for authenticity, from the dancers’ original costume designs to the time-honored, imu-roasted Kalua pig, at Lele’s you will be transported to a different era altogether.
Allow the performers to take you on a journey beginning with our beloved Hawaii. The hula dancers tell a story of the early Polynesian voyagers, setting sail to discover the chain of islands in the Pacific. Next, they will take you to New Zealand, home to the indigenous Maori people. You will witness dramatic facial tattoos, the ancient male war dance of Haka, and poi ball dancing. Travel further to the island of Tahiti, represented through rhythmic drumming, customary dancing, and a narration of history. The journey comes to an end at the Samoan islands, known as the “cradle of Polynesia” due to its present day appearance of the earlier, traditional time period. Sit back and enjoy the thrilling knife-throwing performances and musical creation of energetic leg, feet, and hand slapping.
The feast at Lele’s is accented with authentic foods such as banana, taro, and sweet potato chips from Polynesia, Hawaiian poi, Maori fishcakes with mussels, salmon, and scallops, Tahitian chicken taro leaf in coconut milk, and Supasui grilled steak from Samoa. Don’t forget about the mouth-watering desserts and tropical drink menu!
Dates & Times
Feast at Lele’s: Luau operates 7 nights a week.
6:00pm check in, luau runs till 9:00pm.
Feast at Lele’s: Transportation is not provided.