Experience Some of Hawaii's "Most Authentic" Luau at Old Lahaina
By: Sara Cardoza | Posted on July 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
Lahaina’s whaling history is represented well with many opportunities to go on whale watching tours and learn about some of the famous whalers, including Herman Melville, who took leave from Lahaina’s ports in the mid-1800’s. When the sun begins to set over the water the Old Lahaina Luau begins lighting its fires.
The traditional hula and feast is punctuated by an extensive menu of Hawaiian and Polynesian foods such as Kalua pig, baked mahi mahi, guava glazed chicken, poi, and fresh island fruits and vegetables. Watch as Hawaiian beauties tell stories through the hypnotizing movement of the hula, and become energized with the Samoan fire-knife dance.