Lanai Sights

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Kanepuu Preserve

  • Forest

Hawaiian sandalwood, olive, and ebony trees characterize Hawaii's largest example of a rare native dryland forest. Thanks to the combined...


  • 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 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

  • Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

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

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

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...


  • 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

  • Beach–Sight

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

Shipwreck Beach

  • Beach–Sight

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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