With no traffic or traffic lights and miles of open space, Lanai seems suspended in time, and that can be a good thing. Small (141 square miles) and sparsely populated, it is the smallest inhabited Hawaiian Island and has just 3,500 residents, most of them living Upcountry.
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The white-sand beach offers great snorkeling, plus tide pools to explore. Watch for dolphins and (in winter) humpback whales.
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The eroded rock towers and formations at Keahiakawelo, on northwestern Lanai, create a rugged, bizarre landscape reminiscent of photographs from Mars.
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