LanaiOnce a pineapple plantation, the Island of Lanai offers an enchanting getaway with its dramatic landscapes, luxury resorts, championship golf and off-road adventures. Hawaii’s smallest inhabited island open to visitors is a welcoming place, where you’ll find tranquility and excitement in equal measure.
Take an off-road trip to the Lanai’s rugged northern region for an experience unlike any other on the Hawaiian Islands. Here, you’ll find incredible rock formations amid the arid landscape at Garden of the Gods, formed, as legend has it, as the result of a contest between two mighty priests. Enjoy a blissful escape at the secluded Polihua Beach.
At an elevation of 1700ft, Central Lanai features a more temperate climate and is home to Lanai City. Stroll beneath the shade of towering Cook Pine trees to explore this quaint plantation town, stopping at unique stores, public and private golf courses and the Lanai Cultural & Heritage Center along the way.
With its tranquil bays and luxury resorts, South Lanai dazzles with its incredible beauty and picture-perfect sunsets. On the rugged southern cliffs, you’ll find the remains of a prehistoric Hawaiian Village, and Puu Pehe (sweetheart rock) rises from the ocean between Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay.
The Four Seasons Resort LanaiDiscover the spirit of old Hawaii at this secluded oceanfront retreat on Lanai’s southeastern coast. Lounge by the lagoon style pools or enjoy a stroll through the botanical gardens or explore the resort’s rich collection of regional art and artefacts.
Why We Love It:
- Serenity Comes Standard - Tranquil surroundings, discreet, attentive service, luxurious accommodations and signature wellness services focus on your comfort and well-being.
- The Spirit of Lanai - Discover the ethos and heritage of the island with unique cultural programs, craft demonstrations and customized tours.