Thank you for your interest in the Island of Lana’i, Hawai’i's Most Enticing Island.

Once known as the “Pineapple Island”, Lana’i today is an ideal vacation get-away featuring award winning resorts and amenities, a diverse and unspoiled environment, and warm island-style hospitality.

Accessible by air from all major airports in Hawai’i or via passenger ferries from Lahaina and Ma’alaea Harbors on Maui. Transportation between the resorts, most activities and Lana’i City is provided to resort guests on a scheduled basis throughout the day. If you would like to explore the back roads and some of Lana’i's outdoor attractions, Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods), Lana’ihale (Munro Trail) or Kaiolohia Bay (Shipwreck Beach), you will need to rent a jeep or schedule a guided tour. Rental cars are not necessary otherwise.

Lana’i is blessed with two of the world’s finest luxury resorts that are seven miles apart and offer dual climate pleasures; the mountain and the ocean. For the modest budget, Lana’i also offers a quaint and historical hotel.

The picturesque Lana’i City is a hub of quaint colorful gift shops, unique stores, and local eating places that you won’t want to miss. Visiting Lana’i City is a must! You will find the islanders are friendly people who exude aloha and welcome visitors.

Lana’i's 89,600 acres of countryside invite hiking, mountain biking and sightseeing. From its highest point you can see up to five neighbor islands across the channels and steep gorges below. Fishing, sailing, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, horseback riding, croquet, executive putting, sporting clays, archery, air rifle and world-class golf in mountain and ocean front settings – these are the adventures that await you on Lana’i, Hawai’i's Most Enticing Island.

We look forward to welcoming you to the island of Lana’i. At last, a place of enticing rewards.

Warmest Aloha,

Lanai Visitors Bureau

Island Highlights

Enjoy the solitude and seclusion of Lana’i, unheard of in Hawai’i. You are invited to explore an island virtually untouched and teeming with flora, fauna, and wildlife.


Enjoy the sunrise from a secluded beach at Pu’upehe.


Visit the native Hawaiian dryland forest of Kanepu’u.


Sightsee the challenge at Manele and Experience at Ko’ele golf courses. While there, why not get in a round of golf.


Hike or jeep to Lana’ihale, where, on a clear day, you can see up to five other Hawaiian islands.


Snorkel in a Marine Life Conservation Area and watch the Hawaiian spinner dolphins play at Hulopo’e Bay.


Experience the thrill of sporting clay, archery, or air rifle at the Lana’i Pine Sporting Clays course.


Go horseback riding around the uplands or take a horseback tour of one of the island’s many off-road trails.


Visit the former pineapple plantation town of Lana’i City.


Explore Keahiakawelo, home to legends, countless boulders, red lava cliffs, and valleys.