Time and imagination are your only limitations when visiting the beautiful and relaxing old-Hawaii island of Moloka’i. Here are just a few of the activities available to visitors through one or more of the many local guides, charters, and tours:
- Ride one of the sure-footed mules down the spectacular Kalaupapa sea cliff trail to tour Kalaupapa National Park.
- Take a sport fishing boat out to catch your dinner
- Take a guided tour through the ancient taro fields of Halava Valley culminating at Halava Falls.
- Sail to Lanai for the day to snorkel and laze around on deck
- Scuba dive the pristine waters of Hawaii’s only barrier reef
- Play a fast nine on the local municipal golf course
- If you didn’t bring yours, rent some gear and go snorkeling, surfing or boogie boarding
- Expand your cultural awareness by visiting an ancient Hawaiian heiau (temple)
- Rent a mountain bike and go touring
- Learn Hawaiian fishing and hunting techniques, or try kayaking and reef trolling
- Visit the rain forest on a hike through Kamakou Preserve
Learn more at the Molokai Visitors Center website.