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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Halepalaoa

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Named for the whales that once washed ashore here, Halepalaoa, or the "House of Whale Ivory," was the site of the wharf used by the short-lived...

Japanese Cemetery

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

In 1899 sugarcane came to this side of Lanai. The 2,400-acre plantation promised to be a profitable proposition, but that same year disease...

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...

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...

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...

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