Lanai Sights

You can easily explore Lanai City on foot. To access the rest of this untamed island, rent a four-wheel-drive vehicle. Take a map, be sure you have a full tank, and bring a snack and plenty of water. Ask the rental agency or your hotel's concierge about road conditions before you set out. Although roads may be dry on the coast, they may be impassable upland. It's always good to carry a cell phone.

The main road on Lanai, Highway 440, refers to both Kaumalapau Highway and Manele Road.

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Keomuku

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

There's a peaceful beauty about the former fishing village of Keomuku. During the late 19th century this small Lanai community served...

Lanai City

  • Town/Village

A tidy plantation town, built in 1924 by Jim Dole to accommodate workers for his pineapple business, Lanai City is home to old-time residents...

Lanai Culture and Heritage Center

  • Museum/Gallery

Small and carefully arranged, this historical museum features artifacts and photographs from Lanai's varied and rich history. Plantation-era...

Lopa Beach

  • Beach–Sight

A difficult surfing spot that tests the mettle of experienced locals, Lopa is also an ancient fishpond. With majestic views of West Maui...

Manele Bay

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

The site of a Hawaiian village dating from AD 900, Manele Bay is flanked by lava cliffs hundreds of feet high. Ferries from Maui dock...

Munro Trail

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This 12.8-mile four-wheel-drive trail along a fern- and pine-clad narrow ridge was named after George Munro, manager of the Lanai Ranch...

Naha

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

An ancient rock-walled fishpond—visible at low tide—lies where the sandy shore ends and the cliffs begin their rise along the island's...

Norfolk Pine

  • Garden/Arboretum

Considered the "mother" of all the pines on the island, this 160-foot-tall tree was planted here, at the former site of the ranch manager's...

Polihua Beach

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This often-deserted beach features long, wide stretches of white sand and unobstructed views of Molokai. The northern end of the beach...

Shipwreck Beach

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The rusting World War II tanker abandoned off this 8-mile stretch of sand adds just the right touch to an already photogenic beach. Strong...

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