Lanai Trip Planner
Welcome to Lanai!
Located just west of Maui, Lanai is one of the smaller islands of Hawaii and features several unique attractions for travelers. Fewer visitors come to this island than to the larger islands of Hawaii and Maui, giving Lanai a reputation as being a good getaway destination. Although the crowds here might be smaller, recreational opportunities are still abundant in this island oasis, with guests easily able to find surfing, swimming and sunbathing opportunities on Lanai's beaches. Lopa Beach is accessible by four-wheel drive and features the ancient fishpond of Loka Lopa. Once known for pineapple production and as the base of the Dole corporation, Lanai is home to two of Hawaii's more popular golf courses, the Challenge at Manele and the Experience at Koele, each with enough allure that many golfers come to Lanai just for the day. Resorts and other accommodations are available in the center of Lanai, however visitors are advised that lodging and services are sparse in the outlying areas.
The Lana'i Culture & Heritage Center seeks to inspire people to be informed, thoughtful and active stewards of their heritage by preserving, interpreting and celebrating Lana'i's Hawaiian heritage, it's diverse cultures, and ranching and plantation era histories.
Location: Lanai City, Hawaii