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First discovered by Captain Cook's crew in 1779, The island of Lanai is also known as Hawaii's most exclusive island.

Lanai is small, relatively secluded and rewardingly undeveloped. Once the biggest pineapple supplier in the U.S., modern Lanai is today home to only 3,200 residents and some of the best snorkeling in the Hawaiian Islands.

White sand beaches stretch around large sections of shoreline on this small island, contrasting sharply with the steep black cliffs that frame Kaumalapau Harbor and Manele Bay, dropping down to craggy rock formations and pools at Palaoa Point in the south.

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