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We took the ferry from Lahaina after parking our car. Tip: if you need parking, just park in the lot behind the Wharf Cinema complex at 658 Wainee Street. There may not be an attendant but do not prepay just park. On your return, present...More
We planned our own excursion and reserved seats on the ferry to head to Lanai for the day from Lahaina. Ferry is $30 per person each way. Very easy and we saw lots of whales on the ride.
From the ferry port in Malele its...More
Unlike most of the other Hawaiian islands, there aren’t many beaches around on Lanai. In fact, this is the only one you should use for swimming and sun bathing. If you’re staying in town and the cool winds give you second thoughts about swimming, don’t...More
Absolutely gorgeous however the day we went the surf was pretty strong so we didn't let our 8 year olds snorkel or even swim in the ocean. My husband, myself and my dad went out but visibility wasn't all that great. I highly recommend walking...More
Postcard perfect beach, no bikes allowed (trying to keep less objects, don't know??), good snorkeling when the ocean is calm, even if you don't want to go in the water you can just relax under the trees, enjoy picnic lunch, listen to the wind, surf,...More
Since I get over to Lanai several times a year, one thing I've enjoyed doing is biking down from town, and going for a swim. Over the past 25 years I have camped, biked, visited, and held family gatherings here but not this summer.
We went over to Lanai by boat for some snorkeling and beach time and we were not disappointed. This beach is amazing. You have to go a bit offshore when snorkeling to get to crystal clear water but once there the fish are plentiful and...More