Cruising across the Maui Channel you’ll see the islands of Lanai, Molokai, Maui, Kaho’olawe and on a clear day the Big Island. Find a seat up top for a better view as you glide across the crystal blue water, and don’t be surprised if you find the inter-island ferry being tail gated by acrobatic spinning dolphins. During whale season, you’re sure to see a humpback or two, and that’s all before you dock in Lanai where the real adventure begins.
Through Expeditions online services, not only can you book your transportation to and from Maui to Lanai, you can also book Golf Packages, Sporting Clays, Hotel Stays, Tours and Jeep Rentals.
Book the Challenge at Manele or the Experience at Koele for a challenging golf round studded with spectacular views, and if your feeling extra ambitious, try playing both courses in one day.
Lanai Pines Sporting Clays and Archery Range is fit for beginners and experts offering the sport of precision and concentration amidst the natural surroundings and sounds of Lanai’s pine forests.
Stay an evening or two at the Four Seasons’s Lodge at Koele where, surrounded by pine trees and gardens, you may forget that you’re on an island or at the Manele Bay Resort where the staff will set up a cabana, towels and drinks on the breathtaking Manele Bay beach in front of the resort.
Horseback Riding Tours can be arranged to include round trip ferry service and shuttle service to and from your resort on Maui, and 4×4 Jeep Rentals allow you to take the wheel and explore the island of Lanai at your leisure; they also have guided tours as well.
Expeditions has five roundtrips to Lanai daily. First boat leaves Maui at 6:45 a.m., last boat leaves Lanai at 6:45 p.m. $30 one way for adults. $20 one way for children.
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