Seclusion and rustic beauty are the reasons many visitors choose to come to Lana'i. Once the home of the world's largest pineapple plantation, the island now boasts two luxurious resorts which offer superb accommodations in a true "getaway" environment.
But Lana'i offers much more: it is truly an island of contrasts. From the spectacular golf courses to the rugged landscape of the area known as the Garden of the Gods; from Hulopo'e Bay — a marine preserve and one of the best diving spots in the world; from the miles of deserted beaches to the Munroe Trail, best explored by four-wheel drive; and from the quaint town of Lana'i City to Kaunolu, once the summer fishing camp of King Kamehameha, Lana'i offers one of Hawaii's most diverse travel experiences.
- Nickname: The Secluded Island
- Land Mass: 141 square miles
- Population: 2,800
- Main Town: Lana'i City
- Highest Peak: Lana'ihale, 3,366 feet
- Major Airport: Lana'i Airport
- Golf Courses: 3