Lanai Water Adventures

Water adventures begin in Hulopoe Bay in South Lanai, one of the island’s most picturesque places to swim and snorkel. Thanks to its protected bay, it is perfect for sunbathing, snorkeling and exploring the many tide pools carved out of volcanic rock. You could even see spinner dolphins and the marine life playing just off shore. For scuba diving enthusiasts, the famous lava caverns of the Lanai Cathedrals off of the south coast are a must dive. And every winter to early spring, migrating humpback whales can often be seen offshore enjoying Lanai’s warm waters.

 

Lanai offers 18 miles of shoreline with a handful of beautiful, secluded beaches.
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Take a sunset cruise, go on a diving expedition or take a private fishing excursion from Lanai’s Manele Bay.
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Maui is easily accessible from Lanai, with an inter-island ferry running daily between Manele Harbor and Lahaina Harbor.
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From humpback whales to spinner dolphins, Lanai’s warm waters are home to a variety of sea animals.
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Carved into the landscape of Lanai are a variety of natural wonders spanning spectacular beaches to otherworldly vistas.
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Lanai offers ideal spots for first time snorkelers at Hulopoe Bay, and for experienced scuba divers, at the Lanai Cathedrals.
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The waters between Lanai, Maui and Molokai offer some of the best winter whale watching in the world.
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