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Moving to Lanai

Best Diving in the world
Green Sea turtle swimming Considered one of the best diving spots in the world, the marine preserve Hulope Bay is located on Lanai's southern coast.
Helpful Facts
Helpful facts about Lanai Area: 141 square miles
Length: 18 miles
Width: 13 miles
Population: 2800
Coastline: 47 miles
Major city: Lanai City
Top 5 things to consider when moving to Lanai
1. Reasonably priced homes.
Property values on Lanai are significantly lower than the statewide average.
2. Royal retreat.
In 1778, King Kamehameha I, so smitten with Lanai’s peaceful tranquility, chose the island as the location for his summer palace. Today, people come to Lanai to enjoy the beautiful beaches, warm sunshine, and isolation of this very Hawaiian place.
3. Untouched nature.
Some of the world’s rarest and most endangered species of plants and animals make Lanai home. Spinner dolphins, Pacific Green and Hawksbill sea turtles and, in the winter, Humpback whales can be spotted from Lanai’s pristine beaches.
4. Nightlife.
Although Lanai hasn’t so much as a traffic light, two of the world’s most luxurious resorts, The Manele Bay Hotel and The Lodge at Koele, play host to concerts, theatre, spectacular dining and top-end golf courses.
5. Variety.
Whatever your interests, Lanai has activities to suit every individual. Whether it’s horseback riding, hunting, deep sea fishing, sea kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, countless team sports or the fine art of relaxation, this is the place for you.

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