Consider a beach holiday or romantic getaway on Molokai – the birthplace of hula.
Molokai is home to Hawaii’s longest white-sand beach (Papohaku Beach), the world’s highest sea cliff (Kahiwa Falls), remote black-sand beaches, lush rainforests, desert and the only barrier reef north of Australia. It also contains ancient heiau (pre-Christian temples).
At only 68,000ha in total, the whole island can be driven tip-to-tip in just a few hours and is the ideal Hawaiian destination for travellers searching for privacy and seclusion.
Rich in history and spirit, two-million-year-old Molokai remains a pristine, uncrowded destination and much of the island still possess the mana (life force) of earlier times. The main town of Kaunakaka has just three blocks and no traffic lights or fast food outlets.
Best time to visit Molokai?
Balmy and warm all year round, anytime of year is a good time for a honeymooon in Molokai. For dry and sunny conditions it’s probably best to visit during summer, from June to October, when the average high temperature is 28°C.
For more climate info: Molokai Weather Guide
The Hawaiian islands are located in the Pacific Ocean, around 3860km from mainland USA.
From Honolulu, Molokai is just a 25-minute flight away.
Information on how to get to Molokai . . .