Welcome to Lanai, Hawaii's most enticing island. Away from the crowds and hustle of everyday life, Lanai is a destination of untouched tranquility.
This romantic island is a true getaway. Wrap yourself in the elegance and amenities of two exquisite Four Seasons resorts. Unwind at the historic Hotel Lanai in charming Lanai City. Relax and rejuvenate in the peaceful seclusion that has earned Lanai the name, "Hawaii's Most Enticing Island." For golfers, two high-caliber golf courses make Lanai a mandatory stop. And for explorers, enthralling sights like the lunar landscapes of Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods) and the iconic Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock) are distinctly unique to Lanai.
It's true that Lanai isn't for everybody. And that's exactly why so many fall in love with it.
Munro Trail, Lanai. 12.8 mile, off-road trail leading up to Lanai's highest scenic point, Lanaihale.
Lanai City, Lanai. Lanai City is the central town of Lanai, featuring charming shops, local restaurants, the Hotel Lanai and the Four Seasons, The Lodge at Koele.
Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods), Lanai. Keahiakawelo, also know as The Garden of the Gods, is an otherworldly natural rock garden.
Kanepuu Preserve, Lanai. The 590-acre Kanepuu Preserve houses nearly 48 species of native plants.
Polihua Beach, Lanai. Polihua Beach is the most secluded beach on Lanai, a romantic, off-the-beaten-path destination.
Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach), Lanai. Kaiolohia, also known as Shipwreck Beach, is located on the northeast coast of Lanai and features a ghostly ship, wrecked off shore.
Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), Lanai. Rising from the waters between Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay is the Lanai landmark Puu Pehe, also known as Sweetheart Rock.
Hulopoe Bay, Lanai. Fronting the Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay, this protected bay is home to incredible tide pools and is a great place to view dolphins.
Kaumalapau Harbor, Lanai. The main commercial seaport for Lanai, this is one of the best spots on the island to get an unobstructed view of the sunset.
Kaunolu Village. King Kamehameha's favorite fishing retreat features spectacular views, the remains of a temple, and "Kahekili's Leap," a 60-foot cliff.