For most of this century, tiny Lanai was known as Pineapple Island and was the private domain of the Dole Food Company, which used its 18,000 acres to lead the world in production of the sweet fruit. Dole still owns much of the island, but has swapped commercial pineapple production for tourism. With its sheer volcanic cliffs, white-sand beaches, pinnacle rock islets, and wide-open fields, the island is pristine and gorgeous. Interesting sites include petroglyphs carved on the huge boulders ...

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