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Lanai is home to the world's largest pineapple plantation. Its heritage goes back almost 200,000 years and it has managed to maintain its own identity with each passing millennium. The island was bought by James Dole in 1922 who wanted to develop the island primarily for pineapple production and exporting.

The Kalohi Channel separates Lanai from Molokai. The Auau Channel also separates Lanai from Maui. The island has its own airport that enables residents to commute to Kahului, Kona and Honolulu. Lanai is smaller in people and land area when compared to the other Hawaiian Islands. Lanai City is where most people live. It has a small town feeling that most residents enjoy along with the breath taking natural beauty the island possesses.

Lanai is a small island, but don't be fooled by that at all. It provides the same amenities that you would expect to find on the larger islands. Anyone can visit The Challenge at Manele and The Experience at Koele for a few challenging rounds of golf. You can also see other well-known landmarks include Keahikawelo which means "Garden of the Gods". It contains many colorful rocks that became that way through centuries of erosion from the Pacific Ocean. You can also visit Puu Pehe which means Sweetheart Rock". It is located approximately 150 feet offshore right in the middle of the island's southern coastline. Another place to capture fantastic views of nearby islands is the always popular Munro Trail. On a clear day you can literally see Oahu, Molokai, Kahoolawe, Hawaii and Maui.