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molokai beach
Beaches Molokai is home to Hawaii's longest white sand beach. The uninterrupted 3-mile stretch offers places to frolic in the surf, picnic in the shade, and gaze across the water at sunset, facing Oahu's coastline.
kalaupapa national park
Parks Completely enveloped by water and containing a volcanic crater, lava tubes, a rain forest and baby monk seals, Kalaupapa is so much more than a park. Step foot into this distinct paradise and you'll also discover endangered plants, towering cliffs, and the Molokai Lighthouse.
Whale Watching
Whale Watching Leaving the grey of winter behind and visiting Molokai in the spring will bring more than just sunshine to your day. Each year, thousands and thousands of whales migrate to the nearby waters to give birth, and Molokai is one of the best places one can choose to see the gentle giants off the coast.
Molokai Fishpond
Gardens & Farms Fish farming began more than 500 years ago on Molokai, when locals built ponds from boulders of lava and coral to contain their "crop." The amazing system is considered one of the greatest innovations in Hawaiian history.
halawa bay
Scenic Lookouts Take pleasure in the journey, not just the destination. While traveling across Molokai, you'll find plenty of reasons to stop and enjoy a longer look, whether it's gazing across the peninsula, snapping photos at a beach park, or catching a view of a historic rock formation.