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Although Lanai is the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, Lanai is the best of both worlds – luxury resorts and rugged adventure. Only 30 miles of road is paved on the island, making the beaches and natural landscape calm and serene.

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Best of Lanai

  • Lanai Cat Sanctuary

    Lanai might just be an animal-lover’s paradise. The island hosts a cat sanctuary, a non-profit, focused on providing a home, veterinary care and outdoor freedom to Lanai’s cat population. Vacationers can visit the Lanai Cat Sanctuary to spend an afternoon with the organization’s 500+ cats and gaze at the endangered birds the shelter also protects.
  • Secluded Beaches

    Quiet, calm, serene. Because Lanai is not heavily populated, it’s full of secluded beaches that will make you feel totally in-tune with the natural surroundings. Check out Polihua Beach on North Lanai, South Lanai’s Manele Bay, which serves as a marine life sanctuary or Hulopoe Bay where you can swim and snorkel in the large tide pools.
  • Must-See Sights

    To take in some must-see sights in Lanai, head to Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach) or Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock) to gaze at a rock formation sticking 80 feet out of the water. You can also take in a sunset on Kaumalapu Harbour or hike to Lanaihale, Lanai’s highest point. Finally, mountain bike to the Garden of the Gods to enjoy an unusual rock garden!