The island of Molokai offers a tranquil alternative to the more congested and tourist-oriented islands of Hawaii. As you explore the island, you will encounter the world’s highest ocean-facing cliffs, the State’s longest beach, great surfing October through May, hiking and biking trails, waterfalls, and dramatic landscape in general. You will not find any stoplights, Starbucks or McDonalds, high-rise resorts, boutique stores, or restaurants with celebrity chefs. Last count, there is one golf course.
Running west to east, Molokai is about 40 miles long and 7 miles wide. The West End is characterized by gradual topography, arid landscape, and brilliant red soil. A series of dramatic ridges and peaks run down the center of the island offering gorgeous hiking trails and picturesque vistas. Recently beatified Father Damien is honored at the secludedd Kalaupapa National Historical Park on the north coast. The drive along the south coast loops between small picturesque beach coves and fishponds built by King Kamehameha. The dominant feature of the East End is the 4-mile-deep Halawa Valley dotted with ancient stone ruins and the Moa’ula Falls.
For more information about lodging at Unit M5 for your Molokai vacation,
contact Matt Hollis at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 415.254.2971