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Located in the center of the island chain, Lana`i is the sixth largest of the Hawaiian Islands, approximately 13 miles wide and 18 miles long. Lana`i enjoys a protected location, with the islands of Moloka`i and Maui to the north.
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Located in the center of the island chain, Lana`i is the sixth largest of the Hawaiian Islands, approximately 13 miles wide and 18 miles long. Lana`i enjoys a protected location, with the islands of Moloka`i and Maui to the
north, and Kaho`olawe to the east. The islands vibrant ethnic population is approximately 2,800.

Once known as the Pineapple Island, when the Hawaiian Pineapple Company (later Dole) operated pineapple plantations on almost 20,000 acres, Lana`i is now dubbed Hawaii's Most Secluded Island. In the 1980's, entrepreneur David Murdock transformed the failing agricultural operations into a world class travel destination, while maintaining the majority of the islands untouched landscape, historical artifacts and overall mood of mystery.

The islands unusual beauty is most apparent in its contrast - from vividly colorful and lush to forbiddingly stark; from sunny white-sand beaches to mist covered, rugged pine forest; from rustic charm to casual elegance.
Lana`i boasts two world class resorts, each with a championship golf course, nestled into vastly different environments. The resorts embrace the breadth of Lanai's many natural mountain and ocean wonders,
preserving the native flavor and culture while presenting the highest standards of excellence to island visitors.
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Located in the center of the island chain, Lana`i is the sixth largest of the Hawaiian Islands, approximately 13 miles wide and 18 miles long. Lana`i enjoys a protected location, with the islands of Moloka`i and Maui to the north, and Kaho`olawe to the east. The islands vibrant ethnic population is approximately 2,800. CLICK HERE >
Nestled between the pine forests and lush valleys of Lanai`s central highlands, at an elevation of 1,600 feet, is The Lodge at Koele. The Lodge at Koele possesses the relaxed yet refined atmosphere of a plantation owner`s home. CLICK HERE >
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