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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.
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.
The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center (HWC) is a state-of-the-art native wildlife hospital and rehabilitation center. The facility features a science and discovery center and retail store. Science center admission is free. Donations are welcome. Public hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Hawaii Islands only family owned and operated Native Hawaiian Surf School. Join our 'ohana of Lifeguards and watermen. Team HLSI is proud to offer the only surfing classroom on the island for students to practice surf skills, increasing the successful board stories before paddling out.
An inclusive exploration aboard a 36-guest ship of the islands of Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and Hawaii. Watch marine life; “talk story” with locals; enjoy exclusivity; and spend time at play—kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking, and snorkeling.
Oceanfront on the sunny Kona Coast, with one & two bedroom suites. Fully equipped kitchens with resort amenities including swimming pool, jet spa, sun deck & barbecue area. Walking distance to historic Kona Town for a variety of dining and shopping.
ENJOY a comfortable and relaxing glass bottom boat cruise along Kona's beautiful coastline. DISCOVER spectacular colors of the island's underwater world. SEE unique tropical fish and colorful coral formations. LEARN about Hawaii's flora and fauna from onboard naturalists.
Swim alongside dolphins and snorkel through the clear waters of Oahu’s western shores with pods of 30 to 100 spinner dolphins. We’re taking you on an unforgettable journey to the sea, where you’ll learn about Hawaii’s culture, traditions, and ocean environment.