Hawaii, Lanai

Love Lanai

Explore storied places, share history and immerse yourself in the island's rich heritage with our Lanai Cultural Advisors.

Our Wahi Pana (Storied Places)

Kaunolu
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.

Meet the Team

Lanai staff member wears a cowboy hat at a cattle ranch

Anela Evans

Love Lanai Cultural Practitioner

Anela was born and raised on Lanai. Prior to joining Four Seasons, she attended University of Hawaii at Manoa and also completed a post-graduate fellowship through Kamehameha Schools and Stanford University before undertaking positions in education and preservation across the Hawaiian Islands.

"Lanai has its own spirit and variation of culture that is unique to this place. I truly do love Lanai and my mission is to exude that love I have for the island, its culture, its history, and its people, in all that I do."

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