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Lanai Travel Guide

Lanai Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in Lanai with our insider's guide.

Deep-Sea Fishing

Some of the best fishing grounds in Maui County are off the southwest shoreline of Lanai, the traditional fishing grounds of Hawaiian royalty...

Scuba Diving

When you have a dive site such as Cathedrals—with eerie pinnacle formations and luminous caverns—it's no wonder that scuba-diving buffs consider...

Snorkeling

Snorkeling is the easiest ocean sport available on the island, requiring nothing but a snorkel, mask, fins, and good sense. Borrow equipment...

Surfing

Surfing on Lanai can be truly enjoyable. Quality, not quantity, characterizes this isle's few breaks. Be considerate of the locals and they...

Biking

Many of the same red-dirt roads that invite hikers are excellent for biking, offering easy, flat terrain and long clear views. There's only...

Golf

Lanai has two gorgeous resort courses that offer very different environments and challenges. They are so diverse that it's hard to believe they...

Hiking

Only 30 miles of Lanai's roads are paved, but red-dirt roads and trails, ideal for hiking, will take you to sweeping overlooks, isolated beaches...

Horseback Riding

Stables at Koele. The subtle beauty of the high country slowly reveals itself to horseback riders. Two-hour adventures traverse leafy trails...

Sporting Clays and Archery

For something different, you can try your hand at clay shooting or archery. Lanai Pine Sporting Clays and Archery Range. Outstanding rustic...

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