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Beyond the CityMaui


In the misty, wooded uplands of LANA‘I sits the HISTORIC STABLES that once served as ground zero for the pineapple production on Lana‘i. Here, Hawaiian cowboys (or “PANIOLO” in Hawaiian) wrangled horses and kept equipment that cultivated the lion’s share of the sweet, golden fruit that was shipped around the world.

Now, you can SADDLE UP and TRAVERSE LUSH TRAILS through hidden valleys while keeping an eye peeled for axis deer, boar and other wildlife that persist on serene Lana‘i. Visitors also can opt for PONY-WALK RIDES for keiki
(children) or horse-drawn carriage tours around quaint LANA‘I CITY.
Check out the STABLES AT KOELE LODGE. Visit for details.

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