Visit Lanai Hawaii – Lana‘i Visitors Bureau

On the island of Lanai, time is an abstract. Golden days unfold slowly and gracefully, with moments of startling beauty tempering hours of perfect serenity, almost as if in a waking dream.

Once known as Hawaii’s Pineapple Island, lovely Lanai is now home to two of the world’s most celebrated resorts, a charming plantation-era town, a pair of truly incomparable golf courses, and miles of unspoiled wilderness.

Whether you choose to stay in the lap of Lanai’s luxury, or visit on a day-trip from Maui, you will discover a Hawaii of rare beauty and surprising refinement.

For more information, contact the Lanai Visitors Bureau at: 1-800-947-4774

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Moloka‘i – An Island Hawaiian By Nature

There’s an island in Hawaii that the world has left behind. An island of culture, an island with no stop lights, an island of adventure, an island of relaxation, an island of true Aloha. Molokai, an island Hawaiian By Nature.

Life on Molokai moves at a decidedly different pace. Unhurried and largely undeveloped, this is Hawaii at its off-the-beaten-track best.

Molokai may lack the luxurious resorts and world-famous restaurants, but what it lacks in glitz and glamour, it makes up for with genuine grace and an undeniably friendly spirit.

For those in search of pristine snorkeling, unpopulated white sand beaches, and mountain bike riding, and a sense of Hawaii as it was decades ago – Molokai will not disappoint.
To contact by phone call: 1-800-800-6367


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