On the beautifully undeveloped east end of Molokai you can find ancient fishponds, a magnificent coastline, splendid ocean views, and a fertile valley that’s been inhabited for 14 centuries. The eastern uplands are flanked by Mt. Kamakou, the island’s highest point at 4,970 feet and home to The Nature Conservancy’s Kamakou Preserve. Mist hangs over waterfall-filled valleys, and ancient lava cliffs jut out into the sea.
When there was every reason in the world to stay away and see the ruins, one woman traveled to Greece to get to work.More