South Lanai

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South Lanai

Sunny South Lanai is where you’ll find a mix of luxury and tranquility. Here you’ll find Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay, a beautiful marine life conservation area where spinner dolphins can frequently be spotted soaring from the sea. Rising between the two bays is the Lanai landmark Puu Pehe, or Sweetheart Rock. And fronting Hulopoe Beach is the exquisite Four Seasons Resort Lanai where you can find a full-service spa, fine dining and the Jack Nicklaus designed Manele Golf Course.

You can also get off the beaten path and four-wheel drive to Kaunolu, King Kamehameha’s summer fishing retreat on Lanai’s southern cliffs. Or take a drive to Kaumalapau Harbor to see an incredible Lanai sunset. Whether you arrive at Lanai Airport or Manele Harbor, your enticing getaway to South Lanai awaits.

South Lanai Highlights

Hulopoe Bay

Hulopoe Bay greets you with a stunning expanse of pearl-white sand and crystal blue waters.

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Kaumalapau Harbor

This is one of the best and most accessible spots on the island to get an unobstructed view of the sunset.

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Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock)

The iconic Puu Pehe, or Sweetheart Rock, rises majestically 80 feet out of the water and in addition to being a picturesque natural landmark, Puu Pehe is also steeped in Hawaiian folklore.

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Kaunolu Village

The largest surviving ruins of a prehistoric Hawaiian village, this was also a favorite fishing spot of King Kamehameha I and where he retreated to after conquering Maui, Molokai and Lanai.

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