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The price per night in Lanai Island starts at $331.
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About the Island of Lanai
Lanai is one of the smaller Hawaiian Islands. It is situated to the west of Maui and makes for a perfect and relaxing vacation.
Things to Do on the Island of Lanai
This lesser-known Hawaiian island has a plethora of activities for its visitors. From snorkeling and swimming in the marine preserve (Hulopoe Bay) to hiking the remote trails to making new friends with the locals, there is something for everyone. You can ride horses through the forest and scuba dives in caves. Go four-wheeling across the plains or tee up at the golf courses while never losing sight of the ocean. Despite the influx of private jets and America’s Cup yachts, courtesy of the newest owner, software tycoon Larry Ellison, Lanai is still quaint and a throwback to old times. Everybody knows everybody here. As soon as you arrive, you will feel the small-town coziness and welcome. Check out these spots for a bite to eat: Lanai City Grille, Malibu Farm, Nobu Lana’i, ONE FORTY, Pele’s Other Garden, Terrace at Four Seasons Lodge at Koele, Blue Ginger Café, or The Challenge at Manele Clubhouse.
Day Trips from the Island of Lanai
Day trips are easy when you decide to vacation on the Island of Lanai. You have all of the other Hawaiian Islands to explore! Closest is Maui, which can be reached by ferry or plane. Taking the ferry has the added bonus of possibly seeing some whales! When you get off the ferry or plane, rent car and go for a drive to Hana. The drive alone features some of the most picturesque scenery you will ever see. It’s not about the destination, but the journey. Hop over to Molokai and go on a hike through the Molokai Forest Reserve. Or take a tour on horseback. Take in the breathtaking view from atop Kalaupapa Overlook. Hop on a plane to the Island of Oahu. There is so much to do here though that you will probably need more than a day!
Accommodations on the Island of Lanai
When it comes to picking a place to stay on Lanai, the Four Seasons Resort is a top-notch choice and is quite literally heaven on earth. The Four Seasons, The Lodge at Koele is also a phenomenal pick. If you don’t want to stay at a big resort, then you should definitely stay at Dreams Come True B&B or Blue Ginger B&B. Hotel Lanai is another great option.
Transportation on the Island of Lanai
First things first, you need to get to the island and there are really only two options: plane or boat. You can hop on a connection flight in either Honolulu or Maui. There are also smaller island-hopping planes to take you to and from all the Hawaiian Islands. You can also take Expeditions Lahaina/Lanai Passenger Ferry from Maui, which takes about 45-minutes. Once you’re on the island, there are few paved roads, which makes renting a car limiting. If you want to explore the more remote regions of the island, then you need to rent a four-wheeler and go everywhere.