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Manele Golf Course picture in Lanai
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Sweetheart Rock picture in Lanai
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Garden of the Gods picture in Lanai
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The stunning Kaholo Cliffs sit on Lanai's southwestern coast. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

Travelers can see Lanai in the distance from Maui. Tor Johnson Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

Recent visitors to Hulopoe Bay recommend that you uncover the sea stars and hermit crabs in the bay's eastern side tide pools. Tor Johnson Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

You'll know you've reached the iconic Shipwreck Beach when you spot this rock. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

A rusty World War II tanker is lodged on Kaiolohia Bay's coral reef within sight of Shipwreck Beach. Pierce M Myers Photography Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

This remote 2-mile stretch of sand, Polihua Beach, used to be the nesting ground of sea turtles. Now, sightings of these endangered creatures are infrequent. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

These rusting ships give this rock-studded beach its name. Photo by Meredith Narrowe Getty Images

Hulopoe Bay is a great place to chat on the sand and swim in the crystal blue waves. Stuart Westmorland Getty Images

Shipwreck Beach stretches for miles along the coast. Ron Garnett Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

The terrain of the Garden of the Gods is probably the closest you'll ever get to Mars. At sunset, the orange light turns the rocks shades of fiery reds and bright purples. Walter Bibikow Getty Images

Polihua Beach attracts vacationers looking for a romantic setting thanks to its seclusion. Jenna Szerlag / Design Pics Getty Images

Most visitors traverse the Munro Trail with a four-wheel-drive vehicle. The path can get quite muddy. Lanai Hospitality Partners Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

You'll find the Manele Golf Course at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai. iShootPhotosLLC Getty Images

You'll find the legendary Sweetheart Rock a 15- to 20-minute hike along the cliffs near Hulopoe Bay. Tor Johnson Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

According to Hawaiian legend, a grief-stricken warrior jumped from this 80-foot rock after learning of his wife's passing. You'll find it a short hike from Hulopoe Bay. Tor Johnson Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

It'll require a four-wheel-drive vehicle, but a trip to the Garden of the Gods is a must-see, according to past travelers. Pierce M Myers Photography Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

You'll find little vegetation at Garden of the Gods. GeoStock Getty Images

The winding Palawai Road is an interesting scene on Lanai. Pierce M Myers Photography Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

You'll find the Lanai Culture & Heritage Center in Lanai City. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

Recent visitors said a stop at the Mike Carroll Gallery is a must if you need a high-quality souvenir to take back home. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Lanai Hospitality Partners

Hulopoe Bay is characterized by its beautiful beach backed by verdant forest.  Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Ron Garnett

Halepalaoa Beach sits on Lanai's eastern coast. Pierce M Myers Photography Hawaii Tourism Authority

Kaunolu Village was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1962. It sits the southern tip of Lanai. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

Past visitors recommended exploring Lanai's rugged countryside by horseback. Tor Johnson Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

Humpback whales can be seen from all of the Hawaiian islands (the region's warm, shallow waters attract humpback whales), but the Auau Channel between Maui, Molokai and Lanai is one of the world's best whale-watching destinations. Joe West Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)

Kaholo Cliffs picture in Lanai
Lanai Sunset picture in Lanai
Hulopoe Bay picture in Lanai
Shipwreck Beach picture in Lanai
Shipwreck Beach picture in Lanai
Polihua Beach picture in Lanai
Shipwreck Beach picture in Lanai
Hulopoe Bay picture in Lanai
Shipwreck Beach picture in Lanai
Garden of the Gods picture in Lanai
Polihua Beach picture in Lanai
Munro Trail picture in Lanai
Manele Golf Course picture in Lanai
Hulopoe Bay picture in Lanai
Sweetheart Rock picture in Lanai
Garden of the Gods picture in Lanai
Garden of the Gods picture in Lanai
Palawai Road picture in Lanai
Lanai City picture in Lanai
Mike Carroll picture in Lanai
Hulopoe Bay picture in Lanai
Halepalaoa Beach picture in Lanai
Kaunolu Village picture in Lanai
Countryside picture in Lanai
Whale Watching picture in Lanai

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