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Keeping true to its origins, Molokai hosts a native Hawaiian population and rural lifestyle, showing its love for the land. Visitors can take in the true essence of Hawaii and enjoy quiet beaches like Papohaku Beach, one of Hawaii’s largest and least crowded beaches, and so much more. From macadamia nut farms and coconut tree groves to the tallest sea cliffs in the world, Molokai is ideal for those looking for an off-the-beaten-path experience through Hawaii.

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Best of Molokai

  • Flora and Fauna

    Central Molokai is all about the flora and fauna that produces some of the world’s most delicious treats. Experience the Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove and take in hundreds of coconut palm trees or the 100-acre coffee plantation. Purdy’s Macadamia Nut farm grows the majority of the world’s macadamia nuts so be sure to stop by, as well!
  • Hoolehua Post Office

    While you can get a great Molokai souvenir at one of the island’s quaint, unique shops, how often can you mail a coconut home to commemorate your trip? Head to the Hoolehua Post Office to mail a free coconut home from the Post-a-Nut counter – all you need to cover is the cost of postage. Talk about a true Hawaiian gift.
  • East End

    Visiting the East End of Molokai will delight anyone looking for a true Hawaiian scene. The North Shore Pali Cliffs, the tallest sea cliffs in the world, extend 3,600-3,900 feet and provide unbelievable views while the Halawa Valley is the only easily accessible valley on the island. Explore the Kamakou Preserve, a Hawaiian rainforest, to see rare plants and animals, including 2 bird species near extinction.