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Four Seasons Resort Lana’i truly is paradise found

Golfers who visit the Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi soak in the atmosphere of playing the most relaxing, secluded round of golf in paradise. Having the famed Manele Golf Course to themselves will do that. If the resort isn’t on your bucket list, then your list is not complete.

Off the course, the Love Lanai Experience from Four Seasons Resort Lanai features an array of unlimited land, sea and air excursions to turn avid golfers into island explorers every day of their getaway to Lanai.

The Love Lanai Experience includes a number of ocean activities, from sailing and kayaking to a snorkel sail where waters teem with colorful fish and day octopus. Catch sight of humpbacks and spinner dolphins on a Whale Watch expedition, or enjoy an evening cocktail on a Sunset Sail experience as the sun paints the sky a beautiful hue as the day comes to a close. Think you knew paradise before? Lanai is the real deal.

Upcountry adventures include horseback riding among the ironwood forests, an alternative way to explore the wooded valleys and trails of the extraordinary upland terrain of the Kaka’alani Flats. Take aim with sporting clays and archery at the Lanai Archery and Shooting Range, or explore the island by bicycle – either mountain biking on the red dirt trails, or just cruising around Lanai City

The Four Seasons Resort Lanai features 213 guestrooms and suites in a series of low-rise buildings spread along the Pacific coastline and immersed in Hawaiian botanical gardens, providing a private residential experience. Additional facilities include the signature ONE FORTY restaurant, Malibu Farm, NOBU LANAI, a spa and wellness program, variety of complimentary activities, luxury retail boutiques and tennis.

Through Dec. 17 (just in time for whale watching season), rates for the Love Lanai Experience start at $1,300 per night for a guest room, and $2,525 per night for a suite. Activities are for two people per room (excludes private excursions or lessons). Additional adults and children age nine and older, supplementary nightly rate $100 per person.

Be there. Aloha.

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