Lanai is Hawaii’s smallest inhabited island, and groups here are treated to an intimate, private island-like experience that’s big on amenities and adventure but still feels like a place of retreat. The lure is luxury, but Lanai’s off-the-beaten-path persona adds to the allure. Few roads are paved, and there is not a single traffic light to be found. Lanai is calm and composed, which is exactly how your attendees will feel during their stay.
Whether visiting for a day trip via air or by ferry from Maui or for an extended pre-or post-meeting stay, Lanai offers attractions and activities to fit any itinerary:
- In sunny south Lanai, meeting attendees find a mix of luxury and tranquility at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai and Manele Golf Course, designed by Jack Nicklaus and ranked among the best golf courses in the country
- 80,000 acres of countryside open groups to hours or days of exploration, or groups can explore Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay, beautiful marine life conservation areas where spinner dolphins can frequently be spotted soaring from the sea
- Lanai also invites visitors to leave the beaten path and four-wheel drive to Kaunolu, King Kamehameha’s summer fishing retreat on the island’s southern cliffs
- Group visits to the Lanai Cultural & Heritage Center, home to a collection of traditional, cultural, and historical artifacts, cultivates knowledge of the island’s history, folklore, culture and customs.