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Type: Animal Life, Beaches/Bodies of Water
Neighborhood: Manele
1 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
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Although it's one of the most popular destinations on Lana'i, this beach manages to retain its pristine appearance....
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water
Neighborhood: Offroad
2 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
Overview:
This beach is also called Kahalepalaoa: the shortened version of the name translates to whale house, while the longer...
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Type: Beaches/Bodies of Water
Neighborhood: Offshore
3 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
Overview:
Hulopoe Bay is a beach on the southern part of the charming island. A popular landmark and tourist attraction, the...
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Type: Beaches/Bodies of Water, Sports and the Outdoors
Neighborhood: Offshore
4 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
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Polihua means "egg nest"; the beach used to be a green sea turtle egg-laying spot. The beach is 1.5 miles long and on a...
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Type: Beaches/Bodies of Water
Neighborhood: Offroad
5 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
Overview:
Like Lopa Beach, Naha Beach has an ancient fishpond formerly used by pre-contact Hawaiians. It is still mainly a...
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Type: Beaches/Bodies of Water
Neighborhood: Offroad
6 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
Overview:
The same rough waves that gave this beach its name make it a dangerous place to swim. However, the rusting hulks...
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water
Neighborhood: Offshore
7 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
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Although it's often included in listings of Lana'i beaches, this place is primarily used for commercial shipping....
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water
Neighborhood: Offroad
8 of 8 Lanai Beaches/Bodies of Water
Overview:
This beach can only be reached in a four-wheel drive vehicle, and those adventurous souls who do reach it will likely...
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