Lāna'i is rugged and only thirty of the four hundred miles of road there are paved. Access requires either four-wheel drive, patience, and time-- or a helicopter.
An aerial overview allows you to fully appreciate Lānaʻi's relation to Maui, Moloka’i, and Kaho'olawe. All four of these islands were once connected together as Maui Nui but became distinct islands many millennia ago as Maui Nui sunk into the Pacific. Lanaihale, Lānaʻi's highest peak and the extinct volcano which gave birth to it remains an orienting landmark, along with the mysterious landscapes of Keahiakawelo, or Garden of the Gods, the seductively secluded Polihua Beach, and Holopoe Bay.
Escape to the island of Moloka’i with your sweetheart by your side. Together you'll soar through the air, gazing at the sleepy islands of Maui, Moloka’i, and Lānaʻi resting peacefully in the blue expanse of the Pacific Ocean.