Molokai’s Magical Halawa Valley

Once you’ve visited Halawa Valley, you’ll understand why travelers and locals alike go gaga for Molokai. This unassuming little island is home to one of the most remarkable wonders of nature you will ever see. Picture a lush valley that’s half a mile wide and up to 4 miles – yes, 4 MILES – deep. Imagine […]

Papohaku Beach Park

One of the longest beach in Hawaii? Papohaku Beach Park on Molokai

Visit Papohaku Beach Park on the tranquil island of Molokai. Interestingly, one of Hawaii’s longest beaches is also one of its least frequented. Its soft white sands stretch a whopping three miles. In places, the beach is 100 yards wide! This is plenty of space for plenty of people, though the beach is often all […]

Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Molokai

Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Molokai

The Kalaupapa peninsula is one of the most magnificent areas on Molokai in Hawaii, but it is famous for its historical significance of a difficult time period. Imagine it’s the mid 1800’s and this calm scene is not so calm. The sea is rough and churning. What’s that coming round the bend .. ah yes […]

Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove

If you’re looking for an idyllic spot to enjoy a picnic while being immersed in a little piece of Hawaiian history, Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove is a fabulous place to do it. The attraction is only about a half-mile from Kaunakakai, which is the main town on the island of Molokai. Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove was planted back […]

sea cliffs of Molokai

World’s Highest Sea Cliffs: Sea Cliffs of Molokai, Hawaii

Hawaii boasts some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet and the Sea Cliffs of Molokai are no exception. Considered the tallest in the world, Molokai’s northern sea cliffs are between 3,000 and 4,000 feet high. To see these stunning cliffs, you can either visit Palaau State Park or Kalaupapa National Historical Park. For […]