Every Molokai adventure is a symphony of sound. The whistle of the trade winds through the coconut trees of Kapuaiwa Grove. The hollow drumbeat of your mule’s hoofs as you clomp down the 2.9-mile trail to Kalaupapa National Historic Park. The splash of sea spray on your chartered fishing boat’s deck as it sails out of Kaunakakai Harbor, home to the longest wharf in Hawaii. Go ahead, sing softly on your hike to 250-foot Mooula Falls, your song echoing through Halawa Valley. To us, it’s nature’s music. And here on Molokai, you’re the conductor of your own adventures.