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LANAI? LIKE CLOCKWORK.

Legend comes alive on the island of Lanai. From the star-crossed lovers that leaped into the sea from Sweetheart Rock, to the abandoned boats that fell victim to mighty currents of Shipwreck Beach, every corner of this fascinating land has its own story to tell. For a trip filled with mystery, intrigue and, of course, plenty of relaxation, a Lanai holiday is the perfect fit. 

No matter where you travel to across the Hawaiian archipelago, you can always expect to see mind-blowing scenery. And, with miles of dramatic coastline that’s dotted with sparkling white-sand beaches, it’s safe to say Lanai is no exception. If you do fancy some time by the sea, Hulopoe Beach should be your first port of call. The gentle waves that brush against this crescent-shaped bay are ideal for swimming and snorkelling, or you can spend the day soaking up some sunshine on the cotton-soft sand.

If you’re looking for some peace and quiet, this ‘Pineapple Island’ is the perfect destination. But, with endless activities to keep you occupied throughout your stay, a Lanai holiday can be as action-packed as you like. Whether you want to tee-off on a cliff-side golf course, or embark on an exhilarating zip-line adventure through the Kaiholena Valley, there’s plenty of options when it comes to things to do. If that wasn’t enough, why not spend a day or two discovering one of the island’s incredible hiking trails? Walk past valleys, mountains and gnarly lava rock formations, as you let your inner explorer come alive.

Whether you’re planning an intimate couple’s getaway, or an all-out family holiday, Lanai promises an experience like no other. To find out more about this atmospheric island, speak to one of our Travel Specialists and make a Hawaii holiday happen.

Things to do in Lanai

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Things to do in Lanai

Bursting with mountains, cliffs and cultural landmarks, Lanai holidays are all about exploring Mother Earth’s marvellous creation. Located toward the north of Lanai, Keahiakawelo is one of the island’s most history-steeped and spiritually sacred spots. You can take a car or a mountain bike up to this fascinating rocky landscape, where you’ll see towers, spires, boulders and incredible views across the ocean to Molokai and Oahu.

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If you fancy seeing what Lanai City has to offer during your Hawaii holiday, then a trip to Dole Park is the perfect place to start. These peaceful, pine-laden gardens are ideal for leisurely morning strolls, or afternoon picnics in the sunshine. From here, you’re only a short walk away from the Lānaʻi Culture & Heritage Center, where you can learn all about the island’s rich history and see artefacts that date back thousands of years.

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Beaches

When it comes to wild, unspoilt beauty, the beaches of Lanai are in a league of their own. With its calm waters and protected marine reserve status, Hulopoe Beach is the most popular on the island. In addition to being the perfect place for a day of swimming and sunbathing, it’s also known for being a fantastic snorkelling area. Get within touching distance of coral reefs and hundreds of tropical fish, or catch sightings of sea turtles and spinner dolphins from a distance.

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Want to see Lanai’s longest stretch of white-sand? Then Polihua Beach is the place to go. Whilst it’s not safe to swim in this particular area, the strong waves make for some awe-inspiring views. And, thanks to its remote location, it’s more than likely you’ll have the whole beach to yourself when you visit. Simply spend some time sitting with your thoughts and connecting to nature, enjoying hours of undisturbed peace and quiet.

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Where to stay

Planning a Lanai holiday couldn’t be easier. With just two hotels located on the island, you can skip the hours of searching online that usually come with deciding where to stay. The remotely-located Four Seasons Resort Lanai is a great option if your top priority is total relaxation. With lagoon-style pools, individually-tailored spa treatments and stylish suits with ocean views, accommodation doesn’t get much more luxurious than this.

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Alternatively, if you want to stay closer to the centre of town, Hotel Lanai is another amazing option. Surrounded by blossoming flora, this charming, cabin-style accommodation offers a peaceful escape in the heart of Lanai City. What’s more, you’ll be just a five-minute walk away from both Dole Park and the island’s famous Blue Ginger Café, where you can sample lots of delicious Hawaiian comfort food. From traditional noodle soup, to the much-loved Lanai omelette, their menu’s bound to get your taste buds tingling.

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Best time to visit Lanai

Compared to the other Hawaiian Islands, Lanai receives relatively little rainfall. And, no matter when you decide to go, you’ll likely be greeted with mild temperatures and dry, sunny days that call for time spent in the great outdoors. Whilst the weather is slightly warmer in the summer months, a holiday during winter is ideal for wildlife-watching. Plan your Lanai trip between November and May to see humpback whales as they make their annual migration along the North Pacific.

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When it comes to events on the island, there are a few dates worth adding to your calendar. Enjoyed by the local community and tourists alike, the Lanai Pineapple Festival takes place at the beginning of July every year. With lots of food tasting and cooking events, it’s a great way to learn about Lanai’s plantation past. Or, why not visit in November for Aloha Festival? See dances, parades and street parties in Lanai City, or take a daytrip to Maui for more music-filled festivities.

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Things to do in Lanai

Things to do in Lanai

Bursting with mountains, cliffs and cultural landmarks, Lanai holidays are all about exploring Mother Earth’s marvellous creation. Located toward the north of Lanai, Keahiakawelo is one of the island’s most history-steeped and spiritually sacred spots. You can take a car or a mountain bike up to this fascinating rocky landscape, where you’ll see towers, spires, boulders and incredible views across the ocean to Molokai and Oahu.

Show More
Show Less

If you fancy seeing what Lanai City has to offer during your Hawaii holiday, then a trip to Dole Park is the perfect place to start. These peaceful, pine-laden gardens are ideal for leisurely morning strolls, or afternoon picnics in the sunshine. From here, you’re only a short walk away from the Lānaʻi Culture & Heritage Center, where you can learn all about the island’s rich history and see artefacts that date back thousands of years.

Show More
Show Less

Beaches

Beaches

When it comes to wild, unspoilt beauty, the beaches of Lanai are in a league of their own. With its calm waters and protected marine reserve status, Hulopoe Beach is the most popular on the island. In addition to being the perfect place for a day of swimming and sunbathing, it’s also known for being a fantastic snorkelling area. Get within touching distance of coral reefs and hundreds of tropical fish, or catch sightings of sea turtles and spinner dolphins from a distance.

Show More
Show Less

Want to see Lanai’s longest stretch of white-sand? Then Polihua Beach is the place to go. Whilst it’s not safe to swim in this particular area, the strong waves make for some awe-inspiring views. And, thanks to its remote location, it’s more than likely you’ll have the whole beach to yourself when you visit. Simply spend some time sitting with your thoughts and connecting to nature, enjoying hours of undisturbed peace and quiet.

Show More
Show Less

Where to stay

Where to stay

Planning a Lanai holiday couldn’t be easier. With just two hotels located on the island, you can skip the hours of searching online that usually come with deciding where to stay. The remotely-located Four Seasons Resort Lanai is a great option if your top priority is total relaxation. With lagoon-style pools, individually-tailored spa treatments and stylish suits with ocean views, accommodation doesn’t get much more luxurious than this.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, if you want to stay closer to the centre of town, Hotel Lanai is another amazing option. Surrounded by blossoming flora, this charming, cabin-style accommodation offers a peaceful escape in the heart of Lanai City. What’s more, you’ll be just a five-minute walk away from both Dole Park and the island’s famous Blue Ginger Café, where you can sample lots of delicious Hawaiian comfort food. From traditional noodle soup, to the much-loved Lanai omelette, their menu’s bound to get your taste buds tingling.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Lanai

Compared to the other Hawaiian Islands, Lanai receives relatively little rainfall. And, no matter when you decide to go, you’ll likely be greeted with mild temperatures and dry, sunny days that call for time spent in the great outdoors. Whilst the weather is slightly warmer in the summer months, a holiday during winter is ideal for wildlife-watching. Plan your Lanai trip between November and May to see humpback whales as they make their annual migration along the North Pacific.

Show More
Show Less

When it comes to events on the island, there are a few dates worth adding to your calendar. Enjoyed by the local community and tourists alike, the Lanai Pineapple Festival takes place at the beginning of July every year. With lots of food tasting and cooking events, it’s a great way to learn about Lanai’s plantation past. Or, why not visit in November for Aloha Festival? See dances, parades and street parties in Lanai City, or take a daytrip to Maui for more music-filled festivities.

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