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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.

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Molokai Attractions and Activities

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Captain Cook Dinner Cruise
Hawaii
Body Glove Cruises
75-5629 Kuakini Hwy Suite D
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Our daily Deluxe Snorkel & Dolphin Watch guarantees dolphin sightings or come again FREE! Captain Cook Sunset Dinner Cruise to Kealakekua Bay and a Seasonal Whale Watch! Beautiful 65' luxury catamaran with plenty of shade, cushioned seating, a premium cash bar, and is 100% wheel chair accessible.

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Rainbows
Hawaii
Paniolo Adventures
Mile 13.2, Kohala Mountain Road (Highway 250)
Kohala, HI 96743
Summary

Daily "open range" rides over 11,000-acre working cattle ranch on historic Kohala Mountain. Lush pasture, native woods and spectacular views of the coastline and peaks. Marvel at the ancient Hawaiian ruins where King Kamehameha once trained his warriors.

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Mauna Kea Golf Course with Golf Board
Hawaii
Mauna Kea Golf Course
62-100 Mauna Kea Beach Drive
Kohala Coast, HI 96743
Summary

Since 1964 the Mauna Kea Golf Course set the standard of course beauty and design, solidifying its place in history as one of the Hawaii's most scenic and favored courses. Epic views and challenging play equate to an ideal Hawaii golf vacation.

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Hualalai Estate
Hawaii
Cuvée’s Hualalai Estates
72-100 Kaupulehu Drive
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Cuvée owns and curates a collection of ultra-luxury villas & chalets in celebrated global destinations, including two private estates at the Four Seasons Hualalai. We create the world’s most elevated travel experiences by providing exceptionally tailored planning and singular, immersive experiences.

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The Cowboy House Bath House (Furo)
Hawaii
The Puakea Ranch
56-2864 Akoni Pule Hwy
Hawi, HI 96719
Summary

Luxury, historic, plantation bungalows available for short and long term vacation rentals on a private ranch in Hawi. Beautiful, vacation homes with private pools and organic gardens in a stunning setting.

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Kilauea Lodge Restaurant
Hawaii
Kilauea Lodge
19-3948 Old Volcano Road
Volcano, HI 96785
Summary

Historic Lodge near Volcanoes National Park. Romantic rooms & Cottages. Fireplaces. Award-winning restaurant. Gazebo, Hot Tub. Nestled on 10 acres. Conference/private dining room. Breakfast 7:30a-10a, Lunch 10a-2p, Pau Hana (Happy Hour) 2p-5p daily, Dinner nightly 5p-9p & Sunday Brunch 10a-2p.

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