Love Lanai Experiences
- Puupehe Cultural Hike
Welcome a new day with a guided sunrise hike to Puupehe, one of Lanai’s most iconic landmarks. Your guide will share native history and traditions about Puupehe and describe the living environment of the beach region.
- Resort Cultural Tour
View the incredible collection of Pacific artwork and cultural artifacts located throughout the Resort and grounds with our Cultural Advisors during a complimentary tour.
- Hoolauna Cultural Program
Learn more about the rich variety of Hawaiian crafts and culture with a daily program of workshops and demonstrations such as hula, ukulele, lauhala weaving, lei making, herbal healing, oli (chants) and more.
- Cultural Evening Celebration
The evening celebration commemorates the passing of another day and acknowledges the sun’s long journey across the sky. Traditional mele (chants), hula, music are shared as torches are lit and an evening of good food and stories begins.
- Lanai Talk Story
Take a seat, learn about the island’s unique history and culture and talk story with our Love Lanai ohana (family).
- Holoholo Outdoor Cultural Tour
Explore the beautiful island of Lanai. Go off-roading on a guided excursion, or delve into our island history on a customized Cultural Tour.
- Kilo Hoku Experience
Discover ike kupuna (ancestral knowledge) of the celestial sphere journey on a tour of the night sky at the Lanai Observatory. Love Lanai Cultural Advisors share how indigenous Hawaiians and people of the Pacific utilized the stars to guide their way on the ocean, then participate in a viewing experience that utilizes the 3.2-foot (1-metre) telescope.
- Cultural Exchange Program
Love Lanai is honoured to partner with scientists, practitioners and academics to share their knowledge and expertise of Hawaiian language and culture with our guests.Details
Our Wahi Pana (Storied Places)
- Visit the ancient fishing community of Kaunolu, a national historical landmark. The village contains the ruins of more than 80 homes, a heiau (temple) and other structures said to be the most extensive and best preserved in the state.
- Keomoku Village
- A major settlement for farmers, fishermen, and ranchers until the 1950’s, it was also home to the Maunalei Sugar Company, a short lived venture at the turn of the century.
- Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach)
- Fronting the ruins of an old lighthouse, Kaiolohia (rough seas), is also known as Shipwreck Beach and home to a Liberty Ship from WWII, sunk purposefully on the reef when decommissioned.
- Waiaopae Fishpond
- Believed to be over 800 years old, the ancient fishpond, which once provided nourishment to hundreds of native Hawaiians on the island, is being restored under the guidance of the Lanai Culture and Heritage Centre.
- Keahiakawelo (the fire of Kawelo)
- Legend says that Kawelo, a famous priest of Lanai, kept a fire burning as he successfully offered prayers to protect Lanai’s people from another chief on Molokai. Keahiakawelo (the fire of Kawelo), a heritage site accessible by 4x4 vehicles, offers a visually stunning landscape featuring lava boulders, richly colored soils and vistas of neighbor islands.
A minimum 48-hour notice must be given to cancel or amend any activity. If less notice is given, 100% of the full price will be charged. No shows without proper notice are subject to the full activity price.