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Molokai is the last stronghold of rural Hawaii and also the most Hawaiian of the main islands, with almost 50 percent of its population claiming native Hawaiian ancestry. If you’re looking for action, Molokai isn’t the place to go, but it’s a wonderful place to walk along Hawaii’s largest beach with hardly another person in sight or sit by an 800-year-old fishpond and watch the sun rise over Haleakala on Maui. Molokai has trails through rain forests, fantastic swimming and snorkeling, and sunset kayaking tours.

Molokai has a total of two hotels, five condo complexes, and a few B & Bs. Many of the accommodations are in Molokai’s main town of Kaunakakai or nearby. Hawaiian Airline, Island Air, and Pacific Wings have regularly scheduled flights to Molokai’s Ho’olehua Airport. The Molokai Princess offers a ferry service to Molokai from Lahaina and the Maui Princess offers several day tour packages to Molokai from Maui.

Papohaku Beach - Kaluakoi Road, just beyond Kaluakoi Resort Molokai -

Molokai Business Association - P.O. Box 950 Kaunakakai - 808-553-3034
Molokai Chamber of Commerce - P.O. Box 515 Kaunakakai - 808-553-3773