Molokai, Hawaii

The island of Molokai is known as the friendly island. If you want to find in Hawaii simplicity, serenity and pristine beaches, then you definitely need to go to Molokai. There are about 8,000 people who live here and who show Hawaiian temper and traditions.

The island of Molokai is located at 137 meters above sea level; the average annual temperature is around 28 ° C.
North coast is represented by the most beautiful sea cliffs of volcanic origin and untouched valleys of Pelekunu and Vaylau. In the western part of the island you will find ponds, beautiful rainforests and secluded place for relaxation.

The main village of the island called Kaunakakai and is located in the southern coast of the island. Maunaloa is a well-known former pineapple plantation, where nowadays there are art galleries and different shops.

The tourists obligatory need to visit the royal Kapuaiva coconut gardens, last palm trees were planted in the 60 years of the 19th century by King Kamehameha V.

The beaches on the island of Molokai differ in their privacy and tranquility. Papohaku Beach is the largest beach with the white sand in the entire state. Kawakami Beach will suit travelers who are looking for privacy.

And if you want to live a few days in the tent among the natural paradise, you'll like parks near Papohaku Beach and One Alii Beach, equipped with campsites, shower and toilet facilities.

Molokai is the best choice for visitors looking for a simple and, at the same time, an amazing stay.

This island is chosen by those tourists who are tired of the crazy pace of life. Here they will find no shopping malls, no fast food restaurants.

Experts say that now Molokai Island resembles Big Island, only 50 years ago.

In this region agriculture is well developed. Here you will find a lot of fishermen and farmers who are trying to save the land and coastal waters clean.

It can be said that the island of Molokai differs from the other islands with its savagery and no-man’s land. This is the perfect place for those who want to re-learn how to open wilderness.

М. Petrova