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Usually, a stay in Molokai Island starts at $78 per night.
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If you’re travelling to find the real essence of Hawaii, Molokai Island is the place to go. Come here to bask in the calm and relaxing vibes of Hawaii, away from the buzz of technology and the constant stress of reality. Enjoy the local cuisine and culture, while you travel back in time on this peaceful and relaxing island.
Things to do in Molokai
There are plenty of fun, chilled out activities to take part in on Molokai. Snorkel, scuba, or go whale watching on board the Manu-Ele’ele, a huge 40’ boat that offers ocean tours as well as these other fun activities. Learn a little more about Hawaiian culture at Purdy’s Natural Macadamia Nut Farm, a working farm where you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about macadamia nuts, and Hawaii. Foodies can wait until 10 PM to check out Molokai Hot Bread. At this hour, Hot Bread starts producing fresh loaves of Kanemitsu French Bread for you to eat, along with the spread of your choice. To see some of the beauty that grows on Molokai Island, check out Molokai Flowers. You can get a free tour from farmer Kalani Pruet, and maybe even purchase some flowers of your own. Golfers should go to Ironwood Hills Golf Course for a tough nine holes on a beautiful green. Looking to swim, surf, or just relax by the beach? Molokai’s west-end beaches offer all of that and more. We recommend Dixie Maru beach if you’re looking to swim, as it offers safe swimming basically year round.
Molokai Day Trips
All day trips from Molokai will require a ferry or another type of boat transportation, since it’s an island. That being said, the day trip options from Molokai are very slim, seeing as daily travel away from the island is a little difficult. There is a ferry that runs between Molokai and the adventure-filled island of Maui that operates Tuesdays through Saturdays. There, you can drive or hike along the Road to Hana, bike down a volcano, take helicopter tours, or even go zip lining. For a more private getaway, check out the ferry to Lanai Island, a more luxurious island where you can watch dolphins swim or relax at a resort.
Whether you choose to stay closer to Molokai’s main town, or venture closer to the coasts of the island, we make it easy to find the perfect place to stay for your Hawaiian vacation. For a beach front vacation stay, check out the cottages and rooms we have available for rent near Kepuhi Beach and Make Horse beach, both of which offer safe swimming in Summer and Fall, as well as a more secluded beach day. If you stay toward the eastern side of the island, check out the apartments we have for rent along the east coast, where you’ll have a beautiful view of neighboring islands, as well as the pailolo channel. Looking to stay closer to the city life? We have rentals available near Kaunakakai, the main town on the island. This way, you’ll be closer to things like grocery stores, golf courses, and bars. Regardless of where you decide to stay, you can compare rentals by price, ratings, reviews, and more on Tripping. Book your Molokai vacation rental today!
Transportation around Molokai
Getting around Molokai is pretty simple. There is no form of public transportation on the island, but there are rental car services and taxis available for use. You can call Hele Mai Taxi and Midnight Taxi to get around the island without having to drive yourself, with Hele Mai also offering tours around the island. Looking for a car to call your own for a few days? Molokai Car Rental is locally owned and operated, and can provide a car for your stay. This car rental service also offers pick up and drop off service, so be sure to reserve your rental before you arrive on the island.