MolokaiThe lights of Honolulu are visible at night from the west end of
Molokaʻi, while nearby Lānaʻi and Maui are clearly visible from anywhere along the south shore of the Island.
Molokaʻi is known as the "Friendly Isle" and is one of the least
developed of the main Hawaiian islands. The island's population is
diverse, with a high percentage of people of Hawaiian ancestry.
Molokaʻi is noted for the numerous Hawaiian fish ponds along its
south shore. Some of these have been restored in recent years. There
are several small hotels in Kaunakakai and a resort located on the
west end. Pāpōhaku Beach on the western-facing shore is one of the
largest and most spectacular beaches in the Hawaiian Islands.
Enjoy Molokaʻi's pristine breathtaking tropical landscape,
environmental stewardship, rich and deep Hawaiian traditions (the
island's mana), and visitor-friendly culture.
|Towns and villages
Kawela Beach, Southcentral Coastline
Alii Aimoku of Molokai
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