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  • Lanai

    Lanai is one of the smallest and most secluded of the Hawaiian Islands, yet it's full of surprises.

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    Known as the ‘Pineapple Isle’, this alluring island blends sophistication with spectacular natural beauty ranging from the beachcomber’s paradise of Shipwreck Beach to sensational underwater lava sea caves.

    Lanai is 98% privately owned by The Lanai Company (of Dole Plantation fame), and they have developed the island as an exclusive resort destination, with just two very unique hotels. The Lodge at Keole is located up-country at the edge of the mountains, offering a very different flavour of Hawaii, alongside the famous 'Experience at Koele' championship golf course.

    Enjoying an oceanfront settling is the Menele Bay Resort where you can indulge in water sports like sailing, fishing and scuba diving. If you prefer dry land, try your hand on the other championship golf courses on the island, 'The Challenge at Manele'.

    Easily accessible by road is Shipwreck Beach on the North side of the island. It's an eight mile stretch of sand that makes for wonderful beach-combing.

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    • Top Tip 1

      Download the Hawaii Tourism Authority ‘App’ – GoHawaii from the App Store. It’s loaded with helpful and useful information and tips about the islands.

    • Top Tip 2

      Drive the Road to Hana, along the east shore of Maui. It’s one of the Pacific’s most scenic routes; stop to enjoy the waterfalls and other beauty spots en route.

    • Top Tip 3

      Everyone does it, but it really is worth a visit to Pearl Harbour and the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial.

    • Top Tip 4

      On the Big Island of Hawaii, take a helicopter excursion and fly over the lava flow region of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

    • Top Tip 5

      Take a drive over to Hanalei Bay on the north shore of Kauai. It's where South Pacific was filmed.

    • Top Tip 6

      Hawaii’s whale-watching season is from December to April so take some time out on the water.

    • Top Tip 7

      The Na Pali coast on the north-west side of Kauai boasts rugged 3000 ft high cliffs covered in lush green vegetation. You can only see it by helicopter or on a boat excursion. Prepare to be amazed.

    • Top Tip 8

      Oahu's north shore is home to two of the best surfing spots in the world - Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay. The waters tend to be calm during the summer months, however, the winter weather systems create waves up to 30 ft high so it's a great place to watch the daring surfers.

    • Top Tip 9

      If you're staying at the Hyatt Regency Maui, make sure you take the Tour of the Stars. You'll view the stars through Hawaii's only recreational telescope, located on the roof of the hotel. Book in advance as seating is limited and you won’t want to miss it.

    • Top Tip 10

      Take a snorkelling tour by catamaran from Maui to Molokini Crater. You can depart from Lahaina; however it can get pretty choppy so we recommend you leave from Maalaea Bay for a shorter and calmer crossing.

    • Top Tip 11

      It means a very early start, but drive to the top of the Haleakala Volcano on the island of Maui and watch the sunrise – simply spellbinding.

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