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Molokai Travel Guide

Molokai Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in Molokai with our insider's guide.

Body Boarding and Bodysurfing

You rarely see people body boarding or bodysurfing on Molokai, and the only surfing is for advanced wave riders. The best spots for body boarding...

Deep-Sea Fishing

For Molokai people, as in days of yore, the ocean is more of a larder than a playground. It's common to see residents fishing along the shoreline...

Kayaking

Molokai's south shore is enclosed by the largest reef system in the United States—an area of shallow, protected sea that stretches over 30 miles...

Scuba Diving

Molokai Fish and Dive is the only PADI-certified dive company on Molokai. Shoreline access for divers is extremely limited, even nonexistent...

Snorkeling

During the times when swimming is safe—mainly in summer—just about every beach on Molokai offers good snorkeling along the lava outcroppings...

Whale-Watching

Although Maui gets all the credit for the local wintering humpback-whale population, the big cetaceans also come to Molokai from December to...

Biking

Cyclists who like to eat up the miles love Molokai, since its few roads are long, straight, and extremely rural. You can really go for it—there...

Golf

Molokai is not a prime golf destination, but the single 9-hole course makes for a pleasant afternoon. Ironwood Hills Golf Course. Like other...

Hiking

Rural and rugged, Molokai is an excellent place for hiking. Roads and developments are few. The island is steep, so hikes often combine spectacular...

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