The history and story of Lanai is nothing short of fascinating. Having been at times a Mormon colony, a ranch and the world's largest pineapple plantation, a visit to this island is well worth the trip.
Spend time lounging on the uncrowded beaches, hiking the rustic Munro Trail or enjoying a round or two of golf on championship courses. Some of the ‘must see’ sights on Lanai are the lava pinnacles of the Garden of the Gods and the ghost town of Keomuku, once a thriving sugar estate. Nearby Shipwreck Beach, is excellent for beachcombing.
Here too, you can watch whales offshore in the winter months and see the ancient Luahiwa Petroglyphs, considered the best-preserved in all Hawaii. Lanai is accessible by ferry from the historic whaling town of Lahaina on Maui, it makes a fascinating day trip too and will give you an insight into a truly untouched part of the Hawaiian Islands.
Where you stay is the heart of your holiday. Location reigns supreme but do you prefer resort facilities or unique and boutique? Historic and old world or modern and shiny?
We aim to present choices across the spectrum but there are many hundreds of places to stay
and not room to feature them all. Do speak to your Bon Voyage travel consultant and click the
video for our take on this important topic.
We would rate the Bellagio as one of the best hotels we have ever stayed in.
Fabulous, glitzy, exciting. We loved having breakfast at the poolside
café... one of our best experiences ever. If it hadn't been for you we
wouldn't have had the suite or cabana and we loved them. We both agreed
that the hotel was the best for us and you had suggested that so well done!
Leonore & Mike Rumford
Four Seasons Lanai
A tropical, secluded, oceanfront retreat on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. Pure heaven.