- The list below includes 67 free or cheap things to do in or near Lanai City, Hawaii, including 62 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Art Gallery, Hiking Trails and Off Road & ATV.
- From Orchid House & Gardens to Shipwreck Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lanai City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kaunakakai, Lahaina, Ka'anapali and Kapalua.
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56% 27 votes
Hwy 460, Kaunakakai, HI MoreLess Info
Boasting 1,000 coconut trees, Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove/ Kiowea Park is a 10-acre public park. Park visitors enjoy stunning coastal sunsets, and many wedding photographers list the area as a favorite spot for nuptial portraits.
91% 34 votes
Kalaupapa National Historical Preserve, Kalaupapa, HI 96742 MoreLess Info
Kalaupapa's St. Philomena Church is a Roman Catholic parish. It offers services in English, Micronesian and Korean. The church also sponsors several community activities, including weekly line dancing sessions and potluck breakfasts.
84% 82 votes
Kahekili Highway, Maui, HI 96761 MoreLess Info
The Olivine Pools are a conglomeration of several tide pools that are located on a patch of barren lava next to the ocean. The pools are located on a rocky beach and require a hike to gain access to.
84% 2833 votes
End of Iao Valley Road, Wailuku, HI 96793 MoreLess Info
The half-mile hike from the parking lot to the Iao Valley State Monument makes this a popular attraction among visitors who prefer not to walk long distances. The monument is a natural feature created by millions of years of water and wind erosion.
76% 63 votes
870 Iao Valley Road, Wailuku, HI MoreLess Info
Kepaniwai Heritage Gardens is a public garden established in 1952 in West Maui's Iao Valley. The garden, cut through by the Iao Stream, showcases a selection of plants and dwellings from different cultures including Japanese, Portuguese and Hawaiian.
52% 67 votes
At the end of Kalae Highway 470, Hoolehua, HI 96729 MoreLess Info
Hoolehua, Hawaii is home to the Phallic Rock, otherwise called Ka Ule o Nanahoa. According to native mythology, Phallic Rock is the petrified penis of Nanahoa, a deity associated with fertility.
67% 6 votes
875 Iao Valley Road, Wailuku, HI 96793 MoreLess Info
At Hawaii Nature Center, visitors can learn about the island's native birds and ecosystems. The center hosts a variety of weekend programs, like mountain trail hikes to Mt. Ka'ala and watercolor classes.
67% 140 votes
Slip #64 Maalaea Harbor, Haiku, HI MoreLess Info
Strike Zone Sportfishing & Bottom Fishing organize fishing trips off the Maui coast. Visitors are provided all the necessary fishing gear and are allowed to keep their catch.
90% 123 votes
Kalaupapa Peninsula, Kalaupapa, HI 96742 MoreLess Info
A former leper colony established by King Kamehameha V, the Kalaupapa National Historical Park is now dedicated to dispelling myths about the disease. The park has only several remaining resident, all of which were confined there until a cure was brought to their colony.
93% 133 votes
Waihee, HI MoreLess Info
Hikers love the Waihee Ridge Trail in Waihee, Hawaii. The trail is roughly 5 miles long and is unpaved, making it somewhat slippery after heavy rains. Tough boots with high-traction soles minimize the risk of slipping or falling.