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beach camping in Lanai, Hawaii.
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5-star camping in Hawaii

Why we love it: Forget the ritzy resorts and overpriced continental breakfasts. Find the right campground, and even top-dollar destinations are within reach.

One beach, two ways: A room at the Four Seasons at Manele Bay in Lanai, Hawaii could set you back $450 or more a night.

But camping at Hulopo‘e Beach Park, which happens to be the same beach the Four Seasons uses―and the only legal campground on the island―is $35 per night (reservations required; 808/565-3319). It’s on a protected cove ideal for snorkeling, tidepooling, and sleeping by the waves.


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