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Best things to see, do and try on Molokai

Each Hawaiian island has its own personality and attractions that make it unique. Molokai’s tagline is Hawaiian by nature. From my observation Molokai earns that reference from its untouched beauty and lack of commercialism. There are no high-end hotels, luxury spas or signature golf courses on Molokai. Instead you’ll find miles of unspoiled coastline, valleys and mountains. With Molokai being ... Read More »

Molokai: Halawa Valley Scenic Drive

Winding Highway 450 hugs the pristine eastern Molokai coast and offers dramatic views. With rocky shoreline, deserted beaches and deep green jungle, this scenic drive delivers. In addition to the spectacular views, the drive to and from Halawa Valley is thrilling. It’s definitely not for the faint of heart with several blind curves wrapped around extremely narrow stretches only one-lane ... Read More »

Molokai mule ride and tour of Kalaupapa – an awesome adventure!

Traversing the steep, cliff-hugging Kalaupapa Trail by mule stirred up nerves. Leading up to the sunny morning that we checked in at the Molokai mule ride stables, Andy had been hoping the tour would be canceled. He asked if the tour would be called off, if the trail was too muddy. Then, he carefully checked the ground conditions. Much to ... Read More »

Halawa Valley Cultural Experience & Waterfall Hike

Each bend around the narrow, winding road to Halawa Valley revealed a peek towards the green valley as well as the striking East Molokai coastline. After reaching the end of the road (Highway 450), we met our guides at Halawa Beach Park Pavilion. There we signed waivers, then listened a briefing of the Hawaiian protocol we were about to experience. ... Read More »

Molokai rediscovered

With many thanks to the Molokai Visitors Association, we recently rediscovered Molokai’s allure. Of all the Hawaiian Islands, Molokai is the island that we’d visited the least — a day trip from Maui was our only previous experience. Our recent four-day visit gave us much more insight to this unspoiled island. “Slow Down” As visitors leave the island’s airport, a ... Read More »

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