Area: 141 sq. miles
Lanai, once the largest pineapple plantation in the world, it is the perfect island for who wish experience remote, virtually undisturbed Hawaii. From sunny white sand beaches to rugged pine forests, the island of Lanai has a primitive charm all of its own.
Lanais rural beauty and two world-class resorts offer totally different kind of vacation. Snorkeling and scuba diving is the best anywhere. Its marvelous four-wheel and hiking trails lead you to Hawaiian temples and other wonders few people have yet discovered.
The rural village of Lanai City was the only real development on the island till 1990, when the unique Lodge at Koele was opened in the highlands with 36 holes of top rated PGA championship golf courses.
The second resort to be built was the Manele Bay Resort, a Mediterranean style property surrounded by lush gardens and waterfalls. Overlooking the remarkable white sand beach Hulopoe bay and Manele Bay.