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North Lanai

Only 48 kilometres of road in Lanai are paved, leaving 640 kilometres of dirt road to explore by 4-wheel drive, much of which is in North Lanai. Off road to Kaiolohia, also known as Shipwreck Beach, to see a derelict ship stuck in the rocky waters of Lanai’s north shore. Just north of Kanepuu Preserve is Keahiakawelo, or the Garden of the Gods, featuring the lunar landscapes incongruous to the sand and surf of Hawaii. Finally continue your bumpy drive to secluded Polihua Beach, where you may find yourself all alone on a 3-kilometre stretch of sand.

North Lanai Highlights:

Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach), Lanai

Kaiolohia, also known as Shipwreck Beach, is located on the northeast coast of Lanai and features a ghostly ship, wrecked off shore.

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Kanepuu Preserve, Lanai

The 238-hectare Kanepuu Preserve houses nearly 48 species of native plants.

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Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods), Lanai

Keahiakawelo, also know as The Garden of the Gods, is an otherworldly natural rock garden.

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Polihua Beach, Lanai

Polihua Beach is the most secluded beach on Lanai, a romantic, off-the-beaten-path destination.

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