Exploring Molokai is a natural endeavor. From
the Kalaupapa Lookout to the Halawa Valley, the Friendly
Isle offers much to see and do on foot (or by mule).
PO Box 259, Maunaloa, HI 96770
808-552-2741 ~ 877-726-4656
Various activities, including horseback riding, camping,
mountain biking, kayaking, snorkeing, cliff adventures
and more! Participate in a cattle drive or rodeo roundup.
Molokai Museum and Cultural Center
Kalae Highway (Hwy 470)
In addition to the museum, tour the historic R.W. Meyer
Sugar Mill, listed on the National Register of Historic
Molokai Mule Ride
Hwy 470 (P.O. Box 200, Kualapuu, HI 96757)
808-567-6088 ~ 800-567-7550 ~
Scenic, world famous breathtaking tour that includes
Kalaupapa National Historic Park. An experience never
to be forgotten.. Tours of the park are also available
by commuter airline or guided hike.
The Nature Conservancy
Molokai Preserve, Pueo Place
View Molokai's forest and natures preserve where turtles
come to nest.
Halawa Falls Cultural Hike
Located at the very end of Kamehameha V Highway.
Hike Halawa Falls with kama'aina (local) guide Pilipo
Solatorio, who is very knowledgeable on the Hawaiian
culture and the Halawa area.
Molokai Action Adventure/Ma'a Hawaii
P. O. Box 1269,
Extreme hiking and otherwise unaccessible charters to
the North Shore.
Sunset sailing, whale watching and snorkeling.
Ironwood Hills Golf Club
Located upcountry, in cool Kalae.
Nine holes, par 34 course.