Hulopoe Beach, Lanai – Image courtesy of gohawaii.com
Lanai – Hawaii's most secluded island – offers honeymoon couples and romantic twosomes a choice of stunning golden-sand beaches renowned for their scenic beauty and crystal clear waters, which boast some of the best snorkelling in the Hawaiian islands.
A former pineapple plantation (Dole’s to be exact), Lanai attracts travellers who appreciate pristine natural wonders, uncrowded beaches, serenity and seclusion.
With a population of just 3200, the island has only 50km of paved roads and just a few places to stay, ranging from the opulent Manele Bay Hotel, a world-class resort located near one of the island’s best beaches, to bed and breakfasts and rental homes.
With no nightlife to speak of, Lanai is best suited for those looking to get away from it all and is perfect for kicking back, relaxing and spending private time together on a secluded beach.
Best time to honeymoon in Lanai?
Balmy and warm all year round, any time of year is a good time to honeymoon on Lanai. For dry and sunny conditions it’s probably best to visit during summer, from June to October, when the average daytime high temperature is 28°C.
Winter, from December to March, sees more rainfall with an average daytime high temperature of 25°C.
For more climate info: Lanai Weather Guide
The Hawaiian islands are located in the Pacific Ocean, around 3860km from mainland USA. › Lanai Map…
Fly from Honolulu or catch a ferry from Lahaina (on Maui) to Manele Harbour on Lanai’s southern coast.
Information on how to get to Lanai. . .