Getting Lost in Lanai

Seclusion, serenity, and four-wheeling. Sound like bliss to you? Then you need to put the island of Lanai on your list of places to visit ,and just.. get… lost.

If you happen to find yourself in Maui and you only have a day or two to spare, catch  the 6:45am ferry from Maui to Lanai and visit a few of the highlights like Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods), Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach), and Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), then spend the late afternoon/early evening relaxing on Hulopoe Beach before hopping on the 6:45pm ferry back to Maui.

Lucky you if you have more than a day to explore Lanai because there is so much more to see like an abandoned wooden church, secluded beaches, amazing hikes, and five star cuisine. All you need is 4X4 vehicle and a sense of adventure about you!

 

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rugged terrain
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View from the top!
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Beach to ourselves.
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Shipwrecked.
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Garden of the Gods.
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Sweethearts and Puu pehe.

For more Lanai adventure, click here .

 

 

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Jamie is a writer with a passion for adventure, history, and more. When she’s not out exploring the world, Jamie is at home in sunny San Diego, CA chasing sunsets and carne asada fries, preoccupied with research, or invested in a good book and a cup of tea.

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