Molokai, Hawaii – A Day Trip to An Untouched Hawaiian island


While many travelers have visited Oahu, Maui and Big Island, Molokai is still not really on the tourists’ radar, and it has not received many outside influences.

This post from Julie, on her blog Always on the Way, is a great introduction to the lesser known Hawaiian highlight.

It is the 5th largest island in Hawaii where native Hawaiian’s have lived for generations. It is also the place where travelers can experience the natural beauty, traditional culture, and stunning vistas. It has world’s tallest sea cliff, longest white sand beach in Hawaii, and the Aloha spirit of people.

A day trip to Molokai allows you to embrace the feeling of the solitude and disconnected from the hustle and bustle of Honolulu. Contiue reading;

The island on Molokai, part of Hawaii

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