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Lanai Water Activities

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.


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Take a romantic sunset sail, spot playful spinner dolphins on a private boat charter or hop on a ferry to Maui for the day.



Strap on your mask and explore Hulopoe Bay's crystal-clear tidepools, or book a trip to the Lanai Cathedrals to scuba dive in amazing underwater lava tubes.


Lanai Beaches

Lanai's 18 miles of secluded beaches mean plenty of rays, relaxation and space to yourself. 


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