Known as “the Most Hawaiian Island”, nearly 40% of Molokai’s friendly 8,000 residents are of native Hawaiian descent. There is not a single traffic light, elevator or chain store to be found on this quaint and friendly island filled with authentic Hawaiian culture and tradition. Molokai offers the perfect place for ultimate relaxation and discovery of nature at her best. If you’re looking for an experience like no other, take an exotic and enticing Molokai vacation.
Travel Facts about Molokai:
- Walk, run, hike, kayak, boat, horseback ride, swim or bike your way through this destination that will soon feel like home.
- Explore dozens of small coves with deserted beaches including Papohaku Beach Park, Hawaii’s largest white sand beach.
- Don’t miss the trip to see the world’s tallest sea cliffs. For a unique experience, take a mule train trip down to the face of the cliffs.
- Summer temperatures range from 68-88°F, while winter temperatures range from 61-80°F. The majority of rain falls in the winter, but the north and east side of Molokai receive little rain during the summer while west and south shores receive almost none.