Drums of the Pacific Lu’au Grand Reopening

Experiencing a luau is the best way for visitors to connect with local culture and celebrate the history of the Islands. Drums of the Pacific Luau at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, the longest running polynesian luau on Maui, has announced a variety of exciting updates to their cherished luau and we were lucky enough to get a sneak peak!

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This weeks Grand Reopening revealed new, incredibly intricate handmade costumes, the addition of three exciting Samoan fire knife dancers, a Hawaiian fashion show and an interactive hula lesson for guests.

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Live music filled the flower-scented air as we were greeted with fresh flower leis and tasty mai tai’s from the Open Tiki Bar.  After finding a seat on the newly updated Sunset Terrace, the journey through the islands of Polynesia began, with a traditional imu ceremony and sampled the flavors of native Hawaiian cuisine at the all you can eat buffet under the stars. The sound of the conch, the beating of the drums, and the echoes of the Hawaiian chant signaled the start of the show.

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We enjoyed authentic dances and music of the old Hawaii, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, Tahiti, Tonga, and Rarotonga one of our favorite Luau Shows in the Islands!

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“We are proud to unveil these exciting updates to our beloved luau, and present to guests the renovations that we have been working diligently to finalize.” noted Allan Farwell, general manager of the Hyatt Regency Maui.

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“With these refreshments, guests will continue to be inspired and welcomed by the magic of the Polynesian culture, and Drums of the Pacific will continue to thrive as the most exciting luau on Maui.”