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Lanai Regions

Hawaii’s smallest populated island is filled with enticing adventures, especially for travelers who love veering off the beaten path. Just 30 of Lanai’s 400 miles of road are paved, so to really explore this fascinating island you’ll need four-wheel drive and a full tank of gas.

Here’s a look at Lanai’s three distinct regions.


Regions of Lanai

Central Lanai

Hike among native ohia lehua trees or go on a horseback riding adventure amongst lush valleys and ironwood forests, plus see heritage sites and more on guided ATV tours.


North Lanai

Stunning beaches and rugged nature preserves offer the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure on the north side of the island.


South Lanai

You won’t want to miss visiting the spectacular Hulopoe Bay for snorkeling and sunbathing, or a picnic overlooking Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock).


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