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Lana'i City, the only town
on Lanai, was built in the 1920's by Dole Pineapple as the focal
point of the industry. The plantation style architecture has only
gained character over the years.
Bay is the rockier twin bay to Hulope, but with its twin it is part of a Marine
Life Conservation District and a preferred habitat to Hawaiian Spinner dolphins.
Beach has had many craft abandoned on the reef, some of which were wrecked and
others towed there post World War II. The most obvious wreck is the rusting hull
of a WWII Liberty Ship sitting on the shallow reef almost completely out of the
There are several great
activities for your family to enjoy in Lanai. Golf, hiking, horseback
riding, bicycling, off-roading in a four-wheel drive, beach activities,
spa, archery, sporting clays, scuba and snorkeling.
There are some upscale shops
in the hotels, and even a few unusual, yet small shops in Lana'i City. But if
shopping is your families' passion, you might want to take a ferry to Lahaina
or fly to Honolulu for the day.
A prehistoric mystery lingers
in Luahiwa, where visitors will find 34 boulders featuring intriguing petroglyphs
carved by ancient Hawaiians. Nearby, Kaunolu is home to a thought-provoking royal
ruin. And, for a somewhat eerie stroll through Lanai's plantation era past,
don't miss the "ghost town" of Keomoku.
Ask one our
family travel specialists about other hidden gems.
Friendly Dining and Entertainment|
quaint Hotel Lana'i is a great place for the family and is famous for their Mud
in Lana'i City, Town Square, is a great place for both local-style plate lunches
and hamburgers. It is open from 6:30 am to 12:30 pm.
average high summer temperature is 87°F while the average high winter temperature
is 80°F. At night, the temperature drops 15 degrees. The ocean temperature
is remarkably consistent 72-76 degrees all year long. The amount of rainfall at
Manele Bay averages about 10-15 inches per year while at the Lodge, rainfall will
be 30-40 inches a year, generally limited to morning showers.