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"Hawaii's Most Secluded Island"

Don't be fooled by the size of Lanai, all 141 square miles of this tiny island are packed with sunny adventures and surprises. Here you'll find the dolphins who often swim into the marine sanctuary at Hulopo'e Bay, Hawaii's best preserved petroglyphs, fascinating sea caves, and isolated coves.

You may choose to explore the coastline by kayak, ride the mountain bike trails, dive the Lanai Cathedrals, or drive to Lanai's highest point on the Munro Trail, where on a good day, you can see four of the major Hawaiian Islands. Or simply take a picnic lunch to one of Lanai's deserted cove and enjoy your own exclusive plot in paradise. So take a right just off the beaten path, and explore Lanai, a fantastic little island!

Where to stay

Accommodation choices are extremely limited on Lanai, only one hotel and two resorts exist on the entire island, they are a bit expensive, but worth every penny!

  • Manele Bay, home of the Manele Bay Hotel, Lanai's only beachside resort, and famous for it's frequent dolphin visitations.

  • Koele, high atop Lanai, you will find a different and refreshing perspective of Hawaii at The Lodge at Koele, where welcoming Aloha smiles greet you, and surprises are hidden behind every door.

  • Lanai City, Lanai's 2,800 full time residents call Lanai City home, you'll find a handful of old-time general stores and eateries centered around Dole Square, and one quaint hotel.

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This island is best suited for visitors who are accustomed to entertaining themselves. Limited organized activities exist, here are a few suggestions

Golf- two 18 hole golf courses await you, The Experience At Koele and The Challenge At Manele, designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus

Lanai Pine Sporting Clays- a rustic 14 station sporting clays course that meanders through a pine-wooded valley overlooking the island of Molokai

Kayak- enjoy an up close and personal view of Lanai's marine life, secluded coves, sea caves and shoreline

Four Wheel Drive Tour- only 30 miles of Lanai's roads are paved, the rest are accessible only by four wheel drive vehicles, allowing you to see beautiful sights normally hidden from view

Mountain Bike- Lanai has a number of challenging trails, sure to please even the most advanced mountain biking enthusiast

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Island Highlights

  • Garden Of The Gods, beautiful and unique rock formations, ancient Hawaiian legend says the rocks were dropped from the sky by gods tending their gardens

  • Hulopo'e Bay, with one of Hawaii's most beautiful award winning beaches, fine swimming and excellent body surfing

  • Naha Trail, paved by Hawaiians more than a century ago, this trail leads to an old village site

  • Luahiwa Petroglyphs, these petroglyphs are among the best preserved in Hawaii

  • Polihua Beach, accesible only by four wheel drive and famous for the turtles that nest here