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1, Keomoku Highway, Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
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Find your inner Hawaiian with Auntie Irene and Sandra who present the Hookipa cultural program at the Ko'ele resort on the island of Lana'i keeping the history and culture of Hawaii alive. Ho`okipa, meaning hospitality in Hawaiian, is an on-going...
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1, Keomoku Highway, Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
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Lana’i has some of largest pine forests in Hawaii – yes, pine forests in tropical paradise! There’s no better way to see them than by on foot – where you can slowly take in their majestic beauty, aroma, and texture. The Koloiki trail is a perfect...
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Ho'olehua, HI 96729, USA
Molokai is the place to go if you are looking for a relaxing Hawaiian trip off the beaten path. The island is a short flight from anywhere in Hawaii or you could travel by ferry from Maui. Although this small island has so little traffic that...
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828 Lanai Ave, Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
Treat yourself to a blue cheese stuffed olive martini as you wait for your dinner at the Lanai City Grille in Hawaii. The blue cheese olive is a signature garnish of the bar. Delicious!
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S High St, Wailuku, HI 96793, USA
Sweetheart Rock (Puu Pele) on the Hawaiian island of Lana'i is the site of a tragic story of two lovers. Legend tells of two lovers, a Hawaiian maiden named Pehe from Lahaina and a young warrior from Lanai named Makakehau. He was so taken with her...
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Ancient Hawaiian legend states that the rocks and boulders here were dropped from the sky by the gods tending their gardens. Hence the name, Garden of the Gods. It certainly does feel like you are in another world when you come across the...
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Polihua Beach, Hawaii 96763, USA
The Hawaiian island of Lana'i is not for the posh, it's for the rugged. With only 30 miles of paved roads (which basically break down into 3 actual roads) and 400 miles of unpaved roads stretching in every direction possible - the island requires...
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1, Keomoku Highway, Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
Known in English as Blueline snapper, ta'ape were introduced to the Hawaiian Islands in the early 1950's. Schooling fish which are native to Tahiti, the ta'ape fishery never took off and the numbers have become out of control. Like a yellow swarm...
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189 Kaiulani St, Kalaupapa, HI 96742, USA
As a child, I watched a movie about Father Damien, a Belgian priest that dedicated his life to ministering to native Hawaiians exiled to this remote area of Molakai'i for having contracted Hanson's disease (leprosy). I finally made it to Hawaii...
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Hulopoe Beach, Hawaii 96763, USA
From the surface, the reef surrounding First Cathedrals looks like every other reef on Lana'i. Turquoise parrotfish flit above the coral, schools of convict tang sway with the current, and the visibility is often in the vicinity of 100 ft. 55 feet...
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Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
There was once was a time when the Palawai Basin teemed with acres of pineapple. In 1992, however, when the last commercial pineapple was plucked from the island of Lana'i, these dusty plains on the outskirts of Lana'i City reverted to an empty...
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Ka Lanakila O Ka Malamalama Church is located in Keomoku on the remote “backside” of Lana’i. The road to the church is unpaved and dusty, and on blustery days the tradewinds can cause the sand dunes to merge with the road. There was once a time in...
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HI-440, Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
The island of Lana'i is one of the last places in Hawaii where you can still have a beach to yourself. In fact, on the northern and eastern coastlines, you have a better chance of finding deer tracks in the sand than a trace of human footprints....
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1342 Mauna Loa Hwy, Kaunakakai, HI 96748, USA
A visit to the Mooakai Plumerias in Molokai is perfect for those that love flowers. For $25 you can stroll the acres and acres of Plumeria trees, then pick your own flowers for a lesson in Lei making and the importance of the Lei in the Hawaiian...
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1, Keomoku Highway, Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
Lanai, a sleepy former pineapple plantation, has entered the spotlight. Following the island’s purchase by tech billionaire Larry Ellison in 2012, the Four Seasons Resort Lanai underwent an overhaul that reduced the number of guest rooms...
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409 7th St, Lanai City, HI 96763, USA
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My friend said the bread is good so were taking some home tomorrow! This shot is just a reminder of the states plantation heritage with the period architecture and color hues
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Kualapuu, HI, USA
The island of Moloka'i is definitely a road less traveled. With less than 7500 residents it has the old Hawaii feel...it is not Waikiki. If you are looking for nightclubs this is not the place! If you are looking for a laid back pace you will find...
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1300 Kamehameha V Hwy, Kaunakakai, HI 96748, USA
Let's be frank, luaus might be a fun way to experience "Hawaii" but they are not authentic tributes to this ancient culture. That's why when a friend invited me to Hotel Molokai's Friday evening Kupuna Night, saying that this was the most...