Travel to Lanai – A Primer for First Time Visitors

1 Apr

photo of sunbathers on the beach on Lanai at Four Seasons Manele BayOur first 2012 New Media Artist-in-Residence to visit is Chris Christensen, host of the Amateur Traveler podcast and blog. We will be updating this article to include links to all of his stories – text, photo, video, and audio – but for now we start off with his half-hour podcast covering not only the highlights of his visit but lots of useful tips for those of you who may be traveling to Lānaʻi via airplane (Island Air) from Honolulu (HNL) to Lānaʻi City (LNY).

Please listen to his 34 minute podcast here. Or better yet , subscribe to his travel podcast in iTunes and get all of the upcoming episodes delivered to you automatically. Below is the link to his blog entry; he has lots of links waiting for you too!

Travel to Lānaʻi – Episode 320


Review: Hotel Lana’i and the Lana’i City Grille – Lanai City, Hawaii

Shooting at Lanai Pine Sporting Clays on Lanai, Hawaii

Volunteering with the “Cat Ladies” – Lana’i Animal Rescue Center

Lanai’s Singing Cowboy – Jesse Taylor – Video

Hotel Review – Four Seasons Resort Hawaii – Lana’i at Manele Bay

Review: Hotel Lana’i and the Lana’i City Grille – Lanai City, Hawaii

13 Unusual Travel Programs for Families

Photos from the island of Lanai

Lodging on Lānaʻi

All of our guest bloggers are generously hosted by these three unique and outstanding Lanai hotel properties. If you can’t decide where to stay, plan on doing like our bloggers and stay at all three!


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    […] hashtag #visitlanai  and get a preview of what is to come for Ottsworld! From what I’ve seen and heard of other people’s travels to Lanai – it’s seems a little quirky, rugged, and wild…my type […]

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