Molokai is home to beautiful beaches where the only footprints you find will be your own. Explore these beaches and you may find a sleeping monk seal or two, but take caution when swimming as there are no lifeguards on duty.
Don’t miss the opportunity to find out about Molokai’s agricultural history at the R.W. Meyer Sugar Mill, Molokai Museum and Cultural Center. This fully restored sugar mill is the oldest mill in Hawaii and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Grab your cowboy hats and come to Molokai for the 2013 Molokai Stampede! This annual event attracts enthusiasts from all over the Hawaiian islands as the paniolo way of life is celebrated. Paniolos, or island cowboys, date back to the 1800s when skilled horsemen arrived from Mexico to teach locals how to ride and rope on the ranches in Hawaii.
Named "Best Island" year after year by national travel publications, Maui, and her sister islands Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi, continue to offer memorable experiences for first-time visitors and seasoned travelers alike. World-class resorts, award winning cuisine, championship golf, stunning natural beauty and the islands' host Hawaiian culture have propelled Maui Nui into the limelight. Here are just a few reasons why "The Magic Isles" are among the most desirable destinations in the world.
In October, we have many wonderful cultural and sports events for you to enjoy in Maui Nui. The cultural events range from Plantation days (Lahaina), to an outdoor Ukulele Festival (Kahului) to the Festivals of Aloha in Hana and on Molokai. While the sport events go from the ocean (a race from Molokai to Oahu) to the land (Xterra Trail run, Kapalua) The whole family can enjoy the County Fair and a free Hawaiian music concert on the Baldwin Home Museum lawn in the Lahaina this month.