30 miles of paved road and 400 miles of dirt road can be tough on a car, but great for the soul. Start your adventure on Lanai by renting a 4-wheel drive vehicle and explore the diverse landscapes and storied places of this unique island.
Drive north along the rocky road leading you to Kaiolohia, also known as Shipwreck Beach. Hike this 8-mile stretch of beach and see the husk of a tanker ship claimed by the reef. From there, the open road leads you onward.
In the area around Lanai City, hike the Munro Trail to Koloiki Ridge and enjoy stunning vistas of neighbor islands, horseback ride amongst lush valleys and ironwood forests or discover heritage sites and more on guided UTV tours.
Next, get back on Manele Road and head south to the spectacular Hulopoe Bay for snorkeling and sunbathing. Whether it’s hiking to Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock) or clay shooting in Central Lanai, all roads lead to adventure on Lanai.