Moloka‘i Travel Guide

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Plan Your Moloka‘i Vacation

Molokai is generally thought of as the last bit of "real" Hawaii. Tourism has been held at bay by the island's unique history and the pride of its predominantly native Hawaiian population, despite the fact that the longest white-sand beach in Hawaii can be found along its western shore. Exploring the great outdoors and visiting the historic Kalaupapa Peninsula, where St. Damien helped people with leprosy, are attractions for visitors.

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Moloka‘i Hotels

The coastline along Molokai's west end has ocean-view condominium units and luxury homes available as vacation rentals. If you are familiar with the high-end...read more

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Moloka‘i Restaurants

Dining on Molokai is more a matter of eating. There are no fancy restaurants, just pleasant low-key places to eat out. Try Hula Shores at the Hotel Molokai...read more

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Moloka‘i Experiences

  • Top Reasons to Go to Molokai

    Kalaupapa Peninsula: Hike or take a mule ride down the world's tallest sea cliffs to a fascinating, historic community that still houses a few... Read more

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