Sights & Attractions in Lana‘i

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Name Category Location
 
Garden of the Gods
This preternatural plateau is scattered with...
Geological Sites Lanai City
 
Halepalaoa
Named for the whales that once washed ashore...
Archaeological Sites Windward Lanai
 
Halulu Heiau
The well-preserved remains of an impressive heiau...
Archaeological Sites Lanai City
 
Hulopoe Beach
A short stroll from the Four Seasons Resort...
Beaches Lanai
 
Japanese Cemetery
In 1899 sugarcane came to this side of Lanai. The...
Religious Sites Windward Lanai
 
Ka Lokahi o Ka Malamalama Church
Built in 1938, this picturesque painted wooden...
Religious Sites Lanai City
 
Kanepuu Preserve
Hawaiian sandalwood, olive, and ebony trees...
Forests Lanai City
 
Kaunolu
Close to the island's highest cliffs, Kaunolu was...
Archaeological Sites Lanai City
 
Keomuku
There's a peaceful beauty about the former...
Archaeological Sites Windward Lanai
 
Lanai City
A tidy plantation town, built in 1924 by Jim...
Towns Lanai City
 
Lanai Culture and Heritage Center
Small and carefully arranged, this historical...
Archaeological Sites Lanai City
 
Lopa Beach
A difficult surfing spot that tests the mettle of...
Beaches Lanai
 
Manele Bay
The site of a Hawaiian village dating from AD...
Bodies of Water Lanai City
 
Munro Trail
This 12.8-mile four-wheel-drive trail along a...
Viewpoints Windward Lanai
 
Naha
An ancient rock-walled fishpond—visible at low...
Archaeological Sites Windward Lanai
 
Norfolk Pine
Considered the "mother" of all the pines on the...
Gardens / Arboretums Lanai City
 
Polihua Beach
This often-deserted beach features long, wide...
Beaches Lanai
 
Shipwreck Beach
The rusting World War II tanker abandoned off...
Beaches Lanai

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