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Hotels, Resorts, and Condos on Lanai

Things to do on Lanai

Ferry Expeditions
Trilogy Sailing Catamaran Tours

Lanai Resort Areas

Manele Bay
Lanai City

Lanai Beaches

Hulopoe Beach and Tidepools

Lanai Island Information

Overview of Lanai

Overview of Lanai

Lanai vacations offer a private island experience, petite and pristine. Untouched, unspoiled, and uncrowded, this island is still Hawaiian in every sense of the word. Until recently, the tiny island of Lanai was covered by a silvery-green blanket of pineapple plantations, but now is home to two resorts blossoming into world-class status.

Lanai Facts

Lanai Facts

Size: 141 Square Miles.
Length: 18 Miles.
Width: 13 Miles.
Coastline: 47 Miles.
Population: 3,193.

Lanai Airport

Lanai Airport

Lanai Airport (LNY)

Driving times from the airport:
Hulopoe & Manele Bays: 11 miles. 25 min.
Lanai City: 3 miles. 5 min.
Kaiolohia: 17 miles. 35 min.

Lanai Weather

Lanai Weather

In Lanai City, the climate is mild and dry, with temperatures averaging 73 degrees in the summer and 66 degrees in the winter and rainfall averaging less than 40" per year. Along the coast, the temperatures are much the same but rainfall averages only 15" per year.

Lanai History

Lanai History

Lanai was first sighted by westerners on February 25th, 1779, from the deck of the HMS resolution. The island was purchased in 1922 by the president of Dole Food Company and turned into the world's largest pineapple plantation. Today Lanai is sparsely populated but is home to two world-class golf courses and two world-class resorts. It is often called, "Hawaii's most exclusive island."