• a group of kits watching the sunset as a man blows into a shell
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Torch Lighting Ceremony

For centuries, Hawaiians have signaled the ending of the day by blowing the (conch shell). In the traditional way, we light the resort torches to ready for the evening and end the celebration with an oli (chant).

Location: Lower Lagoon Pool
Time: December 6th: 7:00pm - 7:30pm

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man paddleboarding

E Ala Ē

This is our sunrise chant — E Ala Ē — greeting the sun and awakening to a magical Maui morning. Join our paddlers down on Polo Beach to greet the new day in this beautiful, traditional Hawaiian way.
Location: Polo Beach
Time: December 7th: 7:00am - 7:30am

Santa’s Arrival at Fairmont Kea Lani

Soak up the sun and see Santa Claus, along with Mrs. Claus and their elves, arrive on Polo Beach via outrigger canoe to spread holiday cheer to South Maui. Santa will be available for photos following his arrival.
Location: Lobby Mezzanine
Time: December 24th: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
a man leading two girls in playing the `ukulele

Hula & Ukulele Lessons

The hula is a traditional Polynesian dance known for its signature graceful hand movements and swaying style. Try the art of hula and channel your own mana (energy) into dance.
Location: Lobby Mezzanine
Time: December 7th: 9:00am - 11:00am