Lanai, which is also known as the 'Pineapple Island' is the place to visit if you want peace and quiet.
It was originally owned almost completely by the James Dole family, to grow their pineapples (hence the name), and the island once accounted for over three-quarters of the world's production!
It is current owners are now developing the island as an exclusive, up-market resort destination.
You can do some snorkelling, horse-riding, kayaking, fishing and hiking on this most beautiful of islands.
Lanai is truly one of the most diverse of the Hawaiian Islands and not for no reason is it also known as Hawaii's "Most Secluded Island".
Indeed there are only 5000 residents, most of whom live in Lanai City a beautiful old town that hasn't changed much since the 1920's, with it's surround of aged, giant Norfolk Pines.
Six Things You Must Do On Lanai
Garden of the Gods in Kanepu'u
Cliff diving from Kaunolu Point in August especially