Rainy Day Activities: Lanai

Rainy Day Activities: Lanai
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A rainy day on Lanai can still be an enjoyable day.

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Even though Lanai is a small island there is still plenty to do when it rains.

Lanai Culture & Heritage Center

You can learn about Lanai's past when you visit here. Admission is free, but drop a few dollars in the donation box to help support this great place.

Shopping on Main Street

If you don't mind walking with an umbrella then take stroll along the main street of Lanai and browse through Mike Carroll Gallery, talk with Mike Carroll, a local artist who loves this island and take home a beautiful work of art. Dis 'N Dat Shop lives up to it's name, they have all sorts of trinkets, and home decor. Island Treasures and Gifts with Aloha both have beautiful selections of Hawaiian themed items. The Local Gentry is a cute boutique with a unique clothes and shoes.

Mimi's Place Spa & Salon

Spend some time with Mimi and have a massage, get a manicure and pedicure, or do some yoga with her. This is a full service salon and spa.


There are some really good places to grind here like Lana'i 'Ohana Poke Market, known for their amazing poke, you'll want to get here early because the line gets long fast. Blue Ginger Cafe offers delicious local food. Anuenue Juice Bar & Cafe sells a variety of fresh squeezed juices and smoothies. Enjoy a cup of coffee and breakfast at Coffee Works. One Forty American Steak, Hawaiian Seafood offers a buffet breakfast or steak and seafood for dinner. Eat an amazing sandwich for lunch at Pele's Other Garden. The Sports Bar has surprisingly good food here considering that it is a bar, as a bonus you can also order off of the One Forty American Steak, Hawaiian Seafood menu.