Molokai News Releases
- November 18, 2014
- MOLOKAI ATTRACTS A SPECIAL KIND OF TRAVELER
Moloka'i gets relatively few visitors, especially by comparison to the four Hawaiian Islands that are larger and more populous (Hawai'i, Maui, O'ahu, and Kaua'i).
- November 15, 2014
- MOLOKAI'S LUSH EAST END
On Moloka'i the sunrise first strikes the rocky headland of Mount Kamakou, which at just under 5,000 feet in elevation is the highest point on the island. The peak is high enough to catch a good amount of moisture from the trade winds, so the East End is the wetter part of the island.
- November 14, 2014
- CENTRAL MOLOKAI; THE HUB
The 5th largest Hawaiian Island, Moloka'i consists of less than 400 square miles of dry land and a population of approximately 7,500 souls.
- November 12, 2014
- MOLOKAI'S SUNNY WEST END
When the setting sun touches the horizon off the "West End" of Moloka'i, it floods the sky with silent glory. This atmospheric dazzle sprawls over a hushed and open landscape.
- November 9, 2014
- KALAUPAPA NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
Like a Gettysburg battlefield or an Anasazi cliff dwelling, the national park at Moloka'i's Kalaupapa Peninsula tells a rich and important story about being human.
- November 8, 2014
- GETTING TO AND AROUND ON MOLOKAI
There are two principal ways to get to the island of Moloka'i. Most visitors fly into Ho'olehua Airport, located in the central part of the island.
- November 5, 2014
- MOLOKAI WATERSPORTS
Moloka'i is a great place to kayak. The ocean is amazingly calm due to the reef – a natural wall that wraps more than thirty miles of this coastline.
- November 3, 2014
- MOLOKAI FARMS
Moloka'i is a place with a land-and-sea-based subsistence economy. Most people live mainly by farming, fishing, hunting, swapping goods and helping each other out.
- November 1, 2014
- MOLOKAI ACCOMMODATIONS
Moloka'i has no chain motels with flashing "vacancy" signs, nor does it have a single lush resort with parking attendants poised at the porte-cochere.
- June 30, 2010
- MOLOKAI MIGHT NOT BE RIGHT FOR YOU – BUT, IF IT IS, YOU’RE GOING TO LOVE IT
Molokai gets relatively few visitors, especially by comparison to the four Hawaiian Islands that are larger and more populous (Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, and Kauai). There are quite a few reasons why this is so, and they all start with the