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More than 89,000 acres of countryside, 400 miles of 4-wheel-drive trails (only 30 miles of the island’s roads are paved) and zero stoplights make “Hawaii's Most Enticing Island" the perfect place to go off the grid. Watch the waves on 18 miles of secluded beaches, spot a spinner dolphin playing offshore at Hulopoe Bay and uncover the otherworldly lunar landscape of Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods).

Golfers adore the dramatic views at Manele Golf Course, while those traveling with little ones in tow have tons of activities to choose from, from snorkeling and whale watching to horseback riding. View the largest surviving ruins of a prehistoric Hawaiian Village at Kaunolu Fishing Village, discover the legend behind Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock) or simply lounge by the pool at one of the island’s pampering resorts.

Things to Do on Lanai

Beaches

Beaches

Kick back and relax on Lanai's 18 miles of ultra-secluded beaches.

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Land Activities

Land Activities

Back-road adventures, epic hiking trails and horseback rides are just a few of the land activities to choose from on Lanai.

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Water Activities

Water Activities

Snorkel in tidepools, dive Lanai's underwater cathedrals or hop on a ferry for a day trip to Maui.

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Lanai Restaurants

Lanai Restaurants

Between the mom-and-pop cafes of Lanai City and the high-end resort restaurants that turn any meal into a special occasion, this tiny island has more than enough dining choices to satisfy any appetite.

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Lanai Accommodations

Lanai Accommodations

This no-stoplight island has two hotels, but what Lanai lacks in quantity it more than makes up for in quality, not to mention the greatest luxury of all: seclusion.

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Discover Maui, Molokai and Lanai

Discover Maui, Molokai and Lanai
Maui, Molokai and Lanai (known as Maui Nui) might be near each other, but they offer three distinctly different experiences.

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Lanai Attractions and Activities

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Safety Equipment - Always prepared, KHT provides specialty hiking equipment as needed!
Kauai
Kauai Hiking Tours
5485 Koloa Rd.
Unit #1692
Koloa, HI 96756
Summary

Kauai Hiking Tours offers day hikes, backpacking trips and driving tours on Kauai Island. Our local guides are passionate about sharing their knowledge with aloha. We welcome adventurers of all ages & ability levels - several options of beginner, intermediate, and advanced tours are available.

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Ultimate Ranch Tour
Kauai
Kipu Ranch Adventures
235 Kipu Road
Lihue, HI 96766
Summary

Kipu Ranch Adventures, located on the lush island of Kauai, is proud to be one of the top eco-tours in Hawaii. We enable visitors and residents alike to discover the rich history, landscape and legends that make Kauai activities unique. Come out and join us for a tropical 4x4 off road adventure.

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Spa Couples Treatment Living Room
Lanai
Hawanawana Spa
Four Seasons Resort Lanai
One Manele Bay Rd
Lanai City, HI 96763
Summary

Re-energize, unwind, and simply surrender to luxurious pampering with grace and skill, our spa professionals provide service of the highest quality creating an unforgettable experience. MAE 1586

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Kauai
Kauai Bound
3486 Rice St
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Lihue, HI 96766
Summary

Kauai Bound is a locally owned snorkel, golf, underwater camera, and beach rental and retail shop located in Lihue at Anchor Cove Shopping Center. We carry quality dry snorkels with silicone masks, new Wilson golf sets, underwater cameras, and more!

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Kauai
Anaina Hou Community Park
5-2723 Kuhio Highway
Kilauea, HI 96754
Summary

Anaina Hou is a nonprofit gathering place on the North Shore of Kauai. We are pleased to offer Mini Golf & Gardens, a beautiful Food Court and Gift Store, hiking the Wai Koa Loop Trail to the historic Stone Dam, weekly Farmer’s Markets, a Playground and Skate Ramps, Kilauea Night Market and more.

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