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Tip: An annual remembrance ceremony held on Memorial Day at Ala Moana Beach Park.

The Island of Lanai

Lanai Sweetheart Rock

The Pineapple Island

Although Lanai is the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, it offers big enticements to its visitors. In the past, Lanai was home to an island-wide pineapple plantation, but it now boasts five-star luxury resorts. Lanai may be the perfect place for a relaxing getaway, but it is also ripe for the exploration of its untouched natural beauty.

Rent a jeep and drive up the beautiful Norfolk pine-lined Munro Trail and discover panoramic views of the island. Maybe you’ll catch a glimpse of a spinner dolphin while swimming in Hulopoe Bay, a protected marine preserve. The secluded island of Lanai is the place to visit if you’re searching for serenity, adventure and intimacy.

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What to do on Lanai