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Hawaiʻi’s smallest populated island marries the thrill of unique adventures with the heart and relaxed nature of a small town experience in Lānaʻi City. Travelers utilizing the free downloadable Lānaʻi Guide app can embark on their own self-guided walking tour of Lānaʻi City with the app's augmented reality feature or be guided on driving tours or towards community supported hikes. Just 30 of Lānaʻi’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. Be sure to drive slow on such roads so as not to "dust out" other road users. And be sure to give fellow drivers a friendly "Lānaʻi wave." Stay out of restricted areas, as hunting is common on Lānaʻi.
Here’s a look at Lānaʻi’s three distinct regions
Hawaiʻi’s smallest populated island is filled with outdoor adventures. Just 30 of Lānaʻi’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. Be sure to stop in the historic town of Lānaʻi City to fill up and to pick up lunch and snacks. Residents also recommend booking with a locally-owned tour company to maximize your learning about the unique history and culture of Lānaʻi.