Hawaii’s most remote island has a rich and varied landscape. The central highlands contain verdant forests of Cook Island pines and topographical wonders. There’s no more adventurous way to explore it than on horseback. Guides at the stables at Koele, on the grounds of Four Seasons Resort Lanai, The Lodge at Koele, are ready to take you for a ride through wooded trails and hidden valleys. For a faster journey, hop aboard a 4×4 for some off-road fun on the Island’s rugged terrain. Kaiolohia or Shipwreck Beach in northern Lanai is the perfect point of destination. Take the trail just past the beach and you’ll come upon Kukui Point petroglyphs marked by reddish boulders.
As day turns to night, wind down with a sunset cruise. Take off from Kaumalapau Harbor in the southwest, where you’ll have the best view of the sunset anywhere on the island—an idyllic and inspired ending to your day.
One Keomoku Highway
P.O. Box 631380
Lanai City, Hawaii 96763
Tel. +1 (808) 565-4000
Fax +1 (808) 565-4561
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