Molokai

Molokai

The island of Molokai is less than 40 miles long, and only 10 miles at its widest point. It has a very long continuous fringing reef and the highest sea cliffs in the world. If you decide to visit, there are many places you can go that are very awe-inspiring. This look at a few of these beginning with Central Molokai which has a lot to offer.

Central Molokai

This is where people spend most of their time when they come to visit the island. You will land in Hoolehua which is where the Molokai airport is located. There are macadamia nut trees in all directions, plus you can sample coffee that is also sold in a local farm plantation. You can get breakfast at the Kanemitsu’s Bakery, and then visit the Kalaupapa National Historical Park before visiting the Kalaupapa Peninsula.

East End Of Molokai

One of the first things you will notice when you go to the east is the mountain Kamakou, the tallest one that is on the island. There is a 28 mile continuous fringing reef, and great places for snorkeling. You can have lunch at the Halawa Beach Park and then visit the Waikolu Valley.

West End Of Molokai

If you prefer beaches that do not have a lot of crowds, this is the place to go. Papohaku and Kapukahehu Beach are great destinations. There are many places to shop, especially in the small plantation town called Maunaloa.

Although this is a small island, it does have a lot to offer for people that would prefer visiting a Hawaiian island that is less crowded area it does have many beautiful places that you can visit, and you may find yourself coming back many times in the future on your next Hawaiian vacations.