Divine Views From End to End Lanai was the quiet, overlooked Hawaiian island, a large pineapple plantation – until a little over a decade ago, when its owners decided that the island’s future rested with travelers rather than pineapples. The result is high-end resorts and championship golf courses complementing the natural beauty, like that of the Garden of the Gods.
ISLANDS contributor Brian Berusch recently drove across Lanai from Hulopoe Beach Park to Polihua Beach to discover the intimate side of this quiet island. He found Sweetest Days ice cream, Sweetheart Rock and a lingering pineapple sweetness in the air. Read the full story.
By Brian Berusch Photos by Linny Morris From the March 2008 issue of Islands