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Half Day to Full Day Time to Spend

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The famous Jack Nicklaus designed the Manele Golf Course, and its position along Lanai's southern coast impresses golfers with its difficulty and architecture. The course boasts lush vegetation, ocean cliffs, seaside fairways and the occasional whale sighting (especially during the winter when whales are passing through the bay).

Past visitors raved about the excellent service and "breathtaking" views at the Manele Golf Course and suggested travelers have a meal at the Views restaurant after playing a round. 

Guests staying at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai receive preferred rates; 18-hole, nine-hole and junior rates available. A wide variety of programs and lessons are available from PGA pros, as well as a retail shop. A tee time costs about $350 per person. For more information, visit the resort's website.

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#1 Hulopoe Bay

Hulopoe Bay is one of Lanai's most popular spots. Sunbathers like the wide stretch of sand, while snorkelers revel in the vibrant reefs filled with fish and native plant life. This is one of the few beaches on Lanai where swimming is safe, but only in the summer; the waves in the winter are too dangerous. If you're in Lanai during the winter months, a stop at Hulopoe Bay is still worthwhile as you can sometimes spot dolphins and humpback whales from the shore (they pass through the bay every winter).

Recent travelers recommend that you uncover the sea stars and hermit crabs in the bay's eastern side tide pools, and that you picnic in the shady areas behind the beach. If you get antsy sunbathing, lace up your hiking shoes and take a 15- to 20-minute walk along the cliffs just southeast of the tide pools to catch a glimpse of Puu Pehe, or Sweetheart Rock. According to Hawaiian legend, a grief-stricken warrior jumped from this 80-foot rock after learning of his wife's passing. 

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