Hawaii - Lana'i (Chapter)
This is the Lanaʻi chapter from Lonely Planet’s Hawaii guidebook.
Although Lanaʻi is the most central of the Hawaiian Islands (on a clear day you can see five islands from here), it’s also an off-the-beaten-path destination. And therein lies the charm of Lanaʻi, which is at its widest point only 18 miles across. Hidden beaches, archaeological sites, oddball geology and a sense of isolation let you get away from it all, without going far.
- count the other islands from the heights of the Garden of the Gods
- get lost on the unpaved Keomuku Road to Naha, where ancient fishponds and idyllic beaches await
- stroll the square at Dole Park, picking up local gossip about the many changes sweeping the island
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Lanaʻi City, Munro Trail, Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays, Keomuku Road, Road to Garden of the Gods, and Kaumalapaʻu Highway.
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