Best Things to Do in Lanai
Visitors come to Lanai hoping for remote luxury. To best stir up the feeling of isolation, do some off-roading en route to the island's best natural wonders. On the northern coast, Polihua Beach and Shipwreck Beach offer secluded sands fit for romantics. And on the way there, they might stop at the Garden of the Gods, a bizarre natural rock garden with many local legends. On the south side, travelers savor their time on the sands of Hulopoe Bay and on the fairways at two exceptional golf courses -- the Experience at Koele and the Challenge at Manele. To complete your dream Hawaiian vacation, venture to the Munro Trail -- the only place where you can see all six Hawaiian Islands at once.
Why go: Hulopoe Bay is one of Lanai's most popular spots. Sunbathers like the wide stretch ... read more»
Why go: Getting to Shipwreck Beach is no walk in the park. From Highway 440 on the ... read more»
Why go: When you think "Garden of the Gods," you expect lush vegetation -- but not here. This ... read more»
Why go: Munro Trail is a circuitous path that offers the only chance to see all six ... read more»
Why go: Legendary golfer Greg Norman designed the Experience at Koele, located inland near Lanai City. It ... read more»
Why go: The famous Jack Nicklaus designed the Challenge at Manele, and its position along Lanai's ... read more»