Lanai is a private island haven filled with endless opportunities for adventure. Whether you have a group of thrill-seekers, beachcombers or anything in between, let our local experts help you organize enriching group activities both on-site and off-site that will delight your guests and provide an authentic glimpse into Lanai, from the turquoise waters of Hulopoe Bay to the rugged uplands.
- Poke-Making Class
Your group can learn how to make poke at our ONE FORTY restaurant from one of our talented chefs. A Hawaiian version of Japanese sashimi, poke is a true regional food, showcasing freshly caught raw fish seasoned with a variety of flavours. This is a memorable alternative for a meal break between meetings.
- Golf Tournament
Built along the cliffs overlooking the Pacific, our 18-hole course offers a challenge to seasoned golfers, while the gorgeous ocean back-nine is well-suited to beginners. Let us organize a shotgun tournament for your group on our Jack Nicklaus-signature course, where every hole features incredible ocean views.
- Aerial Yoga
Encourage your guests to take flight in our Yoga Studio, where they’ll find some of the best views at the Resort, generous personal space and a dynamic spread of 10 aerial yoga hammocks. No matter your guests’ skill level, our instructors will make such each of them feels the liberating effects of this technique.
- Snorkelling in Hulopoe Bay
Just steps from the Resort, the protected marine preserve of Hulopoe Bay offers excellent conditions for swimming, snorkelling, paddleboarding, kayaking and more. Clear, gentle waters draw schools of spinner dolphins, green sea turtles and a variety of colourful reef fish. We’ll outfit your group with complimentary snorkel gear.
- Off the Beaten Path
Let everyone climb into a chauffeured four-wheel Polaris utility vehicle for an adrenaline-fueled adventure along rugged island trails. Guests will weave through majestic ironwood forests and verdant valleys, as our guide shares stories about the island’s diverse landscapes, history and sacred sites.
- Lanai Archery and Shooting Range
Plan for a trip upland to the inland forests where your group can take aim at the Lanai Archery and Shooting Range. Offering a series of customized lessons for beginners or excursions for more experienced shooters, the 14-station course features state-of-the-art, sporting-clay targets. Archers can also hone their skills or practise the sport for the first time with help from an expert guide.
- Stables at Koele
Your group can uncover the contrasting landscapes of Lanai with a horseback ride into the hills surrounding Koele, once the centre of ranching operations. Or, they can opt to explore wooded valleys and trails, home to axis deer, mouflon sheep and wild turkey. Custom tours and private lessons are available to meet your group’s various interests and skill levels. Whatever you choose, be sure to end the day with a paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) barbecue.
- Whale and Dolphin Watching
Lanai is home to one of Hawaii’s largest schools of spinner dolphins, and from December to April, it is also the calving and breeding grounds for hundreds of migrating humpback whales. Whale and dolphin boat excursions are available throughout the week.
Guests can explore over 90,000 acres of the island through many land, ocean and air activities, personalized by our activity and culture guides who love to share the many facets of their home.Wendy Kaopuiki Director of Island Activities & Hawaiian Culture
Scott AshworthDirector of Golf
A native of Spokane, Washington, Ashworth discovered his passion for golf at a young age through his father, who served as a golf course superintendent for 30 years. One of the most distinguished golf professionals in Hawaii, Ashworth has more than 25 years of experience in the golf industry and has received many accolades, including 2008 Golf Professional of the Year from the PGA Aloha Section.
"My goal is provide the ultimate Hawaii golf experience. We are fortunate to have one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world with incredible ocean views on every hole."