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My best friend and I are students at the University of Hawaii and she decided that she wanted to travel to all of the accessible islands by the end of the school year. The island of Lana'i was one of the last islands she had...More
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(1) we didn't make reservations and got there around 5 pm(Saturday to Monday) and found 3 of the 6 campsites available. At about 8pm a worker from 4 seasons came around to check everyone and we paid...More
Stayed here in 2007 and can't believe it's already almost been 10 years between stays.
Our memory of Hulopo`e was of a nice, quiet beach of the Hawai`i of old. Between Kapukahehu Beach on Moloka`i, Hapuna Beach on Big Island, and Hulopo`e, we like Hulopo`e...More
This place is the best. A little pricey (30 permit fee plus 15 per person per night) We paid 90 for a 2 night stay as a couple, but it really doesn't get any better. You can make reservations but probably don't need them. Host...More
We stayed there two nights in mid 2011, so I am writing the review a bit late.
The campground is maybe 20 minute walk from the ferry. Really no need to look for the ride. Just walk left side from the ferry, around what looks...More
The camping is still working and yes, you will need to make reservations with the park ranger office in Lanai. Not sure of the number for them. It is 30$ for the campsite then 15$ per person, per night. Unless you are a... More
The camping is still working and yes, you will need to make reservations with the park ranger office in Lanai. Not sure of the number for them. It is 30$ for the campsite then 15$ per person, per night. Unless you are a Lanai resident, then it's free. :)
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"Either bring the food you need or rent a car to run into Lanai for groceries/meals"