Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Maui Sunset Dinner Cruise and Royal Lahaina Luau Combo. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
My party enjoyed the entire experience. Great food, beautiful weather and fun entertainment. We had a great time singing and dancing. I highly recommend this cruise for everyone.
We had an awesome time at both the Dinner Cruise and the Luau. There were six of attending, the booking was done online and we were very pleased with how everything was handled. it was easy and very well explained. when we arrived for the dinner cruise we were greeted and given excellent service while onboard, the food was awesome and the 2.5 hrs were very pleasant. the Luau was held at the Royal Lahaina resort and again the food was great and the entertainment was awesome. I would hightly recomend this experience for anybody wanting a taste of Hawaii. We all agree it was the highlight of our time spent in Maui.
The cruise was was fun good food. The Captain did a wonderful jib keeping us our of the rain storm.
The luau was amazing had a great time
It was great! We had a full moon shining on the water and the live music was really nice!!
It was a great combo and fit so well within our plan to get to know all of the island in 8 days.
Wonderful experience! Ready to go again. Our resort even promotes this dinner cruise.
The Sunset Diner Cruise was excellent. The fish was very good and well presented. Crew was very helpful and provided information about the various places on Maui. The Royal Lahaina Lua food was very good and service by staff was excellent. The show was very good.
Luau was pretty good with great food. Dinner cruise was amazing
The cruise was great, good meal, beautiful night although cloudy, and we got to see a whale and her calf.
We also enjoyed the luau and saw a beautiful sunset.
We highly recommend both.
Very enjoyable trip. We did the cruise on our second evening, and the meal was really good, as was the wine. We did see a few whales, although not close up, unfortunately. The sunset was nothing special; I must say I have only once in 4 visits to Hawaii, seen a really good sunset. Compared with those we get regularly in our part of Spain, I think in general ours are better. The luau was good, perhaps too many people as we had to queue for about 45 minutes to enter. As I have said previously, the luau on the sister hotel on Big Island, was smaller and I think, better. But the food was good and plentiful, the wine was drinkable (remember we live in the land of good wine!), and the entertainment was enjoyable. Obviously, we were able to take in both luaus, but if you can only do one, and you are visiting both islands, then do the Royal Kona. However, if you are only on Maui, then you will enjoy the Royal Lahaina.