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About Moloka'i

General Information

Molokai is the fifth largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago and is known as "The Friendly Isle." It is a great place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Hawaii. There are many things to do on Molokai, including hiking, biking, swimming, snorkeling, and fishing.

It is important to remember that Moloka'i is not driven by tourism.  Do not expect to have a bunch of options for things to do, places to eat, or entertainment created for you.  Instead you should take advantage of the natural beauty of the island and the sense of peace that it can bring.

Below are a few of our suggestions for how to get around the island and things to do

Getting to Moloka'i

  • Unless you have a boat, or access to one, you will have to fly to Moloka'i.  The island is served by Mokulele Airlines with direct service from Oahu and Maui

Getting Around Moloka'i

  • Alamo rental car is available on island and have a variety of vehicles.  

  • We are happy to connect you with local people who offer cars for rent as well.  They are not always brand new, but can get you around the island with ease.

  • If you just need a taxi reach out to Hele Mai Taxi 

  • E-bikes are available for rent at Molokai E-Bikes - call Glenn at 808-658-6366

Groceries & Farms


  • Paddlers - awesome burgers and they often have live music

  • Hiro's - located right on the water, Hiro's offers fine dining with fabulous views

  • Pacific Eatery - locally sourced and all home made.  check for hours

  • Friends & Coffee - great place to stop on your way back into town.  Ms. T is the best!

Things To Do

  • Molokai is great for being outdoors.  The west side beaches are a 10 - 15 minute walk from the condo, and there are numerous hiking trails as well.  We caution all guests to never turn their back on the ocean.  Molokai waters can be very rough, and there are no lifeguards at any beaches.  It's beautiful, but always be aware

  • Halawa Waterfall Hike

  • Molokai Museum & Cultural Center

  • Alyce C. Sportfishing - Captain Joe knows the waters like no other.  Mahi, Ahi and whale watching in season!

  • Molokai Fish & Dive -SCUBA diving at its finest

  • There are numerous hiking trails and just driving around the island is a magical experience

The Island

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