The Friendly Isle

Molokai

Said to be the birthplace of hula and still holding true to the spirit of old Hawaii, this island is the perfect getaway for those seeking a respite from the outside world.

Known as the “Friendly Isle,” Molokai holds fast to the culture and beauty of old Hawaii. Not only will you find a magical beauty once you arrive, but you will also escape the hustle bustle of the city the moment you step off the plane. As you explore Molokai, find an island filled with the Aloha spirit that is shared by all, with a rich history that should be experienced by all who visit. From Kalaupapa, known for Father Damien and his work with those afflicted with Hansen’s disease, to the lush lands of Halawa Valley, each area is unique and unforgettable.

As you walk through the main town of Kaunakakai, step into an art store that features local artisans, or go next door to pick-up island crafted and printed shirts, dresses and more. The neighborhood cafe features coffee brewed from beans grown right on Molokai, and while you sip on tasty latte, head to the famous Kanemitsu’s Bakery for their ever popular bread and pastries. Molokai is like no other store you will ever experience, and will take you back to Old Hawaii!

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