Lanai is one of the top Hawaiian destinations famous for its pineapple plantation, tropical landscapes, and marvelous beaches perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling. Tourists reserve a room at a Lanai hotel to be close and comfortable to activities like whale watching, golfing, horseback riding, and deep sea fishing. While staying at a Lanai hotel, tourists should pay a visit to the Garden of the Gods, a fascinating rocky landscape, or its mossy mountains in the afternoon for a pleasant hike. This island is the smallest of Hawaii's famous chain to be publically accessible, making it a rare spot for great times.
Lanai Quick Picks and Tips
A visit to the pineapple plantation on Lanai is hard to miss because the whole island's land (small in size) is used to grow these delicious fruits.
The Dining Room at the Four Seasons hotel in Lanai offers fine dining perfect for couples, business executives, and families, but a short walk outside to the Lanai City Grill, the Challenge, and the Terrace is worth the effort.
Major Point of Interest
Since there are no traffic lights and shopping malls on the island, most guests at Lanai hotels find the idyllic landscape itself perfect for a day-hike, and the blue waters wonderful for a swim.
Visitors to Lanai will find the quaintness of this nearly private island suitable for a souvenir buy at the local sellers lined along the beaches.
Lanai hotel guests frequent the Island of Lanai Golf Course, with its rolling fairways and beautifully landscaped links playing off the cliffs and mountains.
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