Created by Red Mezz on April 22, 2006
Slightly off the beaten path, get a taste of both luxurious Hawaii and the state before tourists, all in a short ferry ride from Maui.
Created by Ramsey on January 11, 2005
Imagine romantic torch-lit walks along the beach, poolside frozen drinks and ahi sushi, ocean views, and daytime adventures. Experience the getaway of a lifetime. Visit Lanai, Hawaii.
Created by thekrahs on February 6, 2003
Our experience with the Trilogy VI trip was amazing!! We highly recommend doing this activity. They feed you from the beginning to the end of the trip. They have activities from the very beginning of the trip to the very end!
Created by smmmarti guide on October 17, 2000
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Lanai is a beautiful surprise and refreshing departure from what you might think Hawaii to be if you only visit Maui or Oahu. The Lodge at Koele at the top of the mountain feels more like the North Woods than a tropical island, and the gardens would put any Englishman into a swoon. Lanai is a unique playground for the royal sports, hunting, fishing, clay shooting, golf, croquet, tennis,horseback riding, but offers favored pleasures of the everyday man, such as swimming, surfing, beachcombing, kayaking and hiking, as well.
Created by Maui Jon on September 20, 2000
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Lanai is a beautiful Hawaiian island that is more peaceful and quiet, and a lot less crowded with tourists, than the four Hawaiian island you have heard more about (Oahu, Maui, Hawaii, and Kauai).