Plan your next trip to Molokai with the Molokai Vacation Guide
The sign at the airport welcomes you, "Slow down, you're on Molokai now." A good piece of advice as you begin your Molokai vacation. Just 38 miles long and 10 miles wide, with about 6,000 residents and only two traffic lights, Molokai is said to be the most Hawaiian Island of them all. It also has a reputation for being the friendliest and one of the most peaceful. Life here is simple and slow, and Hawaii ways of old are alive and well. Residents still catch their dinner by throwing nets and fishing from the reef. They hunt pigs and deer and live in modest, rural villages. They like it that way. You should definitely stay at our Molokai condos and get a feel for the rustic island.
If you're looking for the "real Hawaii," you will find it here. Molokai attractions proudly display this authenticity in all its glory. From Hawaii's highest waterfall to the world's tallest sea cliffs. And Molokai activities? Just because it's relaxing, doesn't mean there isn't plenty to do. Volcanic eruptions over a million years ago and the island's untamed, unspoiled geological history have made it a place where you can enjoy all kinds of activities in a back-to-nature manner. Hike, boat, kayak, swim, fish, bike, horseback ride, or go four-wheeling. For a once-in-lifetime experience, take a guided mule ride 1,700 feet down a spectacular (and sheer) cliff leading to Kalaupapa National Historic Park, where the famous 1860s leper exile is located. Lose yourself as you explore this historic and beautiful island. And when the day is done, find yourself at your quaint, comfortable cottage at Kaluakoi Villas. It's "the" place to stay on Molokai.
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