You came to Molokai to get off the beaten path and “The Friendly Isle” is happy to oblige. To step onto Molokai is to step back in time to a slower, simpler Hawaii. In fact, one of the top attractions here is the very absence of “attractions” in the commercial sense. What Molokai lacks in modern development, adventurous travelers gain in unspoiled, uncrowded wilderness. There are no shopping malls and only a handful of souvenir shops and tour operators, but the natural beauty and pure aloha are plentiful—and that’s exactly how the locals like it.
From the sacred Halawa Valley to Papohaku Beach Park (one of Hawaii's largest beaches), you'll find unforgettable places and attractions on Molokai. Hike or take a mule ride to remote Kalaupapa National Historical Park, visit the historic Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove and snorkel in Hawaii’s longest continuous fringing reef. Choose from the experiences below to discover top sights and adventures that will form your perfect getaway.