The Hotel Molokai is located on what is known as the "most Hawaiian" of the main islands, Molokai is a rural, relaxed paradise boasting the highest sea cliffs in the world and tallest waterfall in Hawaii. Molokai, the "Friendly Isle," is for travelers looking to explore natural wonders and the desire to experience the ultimate in authentic Hawaiian adventures.Here, you will find coffee plantations, macadamia nut farms, mango groves and a variety of gardens on the island. Downtown Kaunakakai has a general store, restaurants, a post office, a library, and a courthouse in a former church. Few people pass through town without stopping at Kanemitsu Bakery, a Molokai institution. Get there early before the best goodies are snapped up. Deep-sea fishing boats leave from nearby Kaunakakai Wharf, which is often piled with watermelons, honey and other goods ready for export. If you enjoy this area, you may also want to try Ke-Nani-Kai.
Life on Molokai moves at a slower pace, but island adventures abound. Hike Kamakou Nature Conservatory to explore a protected rainforest alive with colorful native birds and wildlife. Wander Papohaku Beach's three miles of sugary sand and hypnotic surf. Join a mule train down to the rugged shore of Kalaupapa Peninsula, at the base of 3,000-foot high Pali Cliffs. Experience the incredible majesty of the humpback whales you will encounter on a whale watching excursion. Molokai has it all! There are numerous beaches on the island of Molokai — whether you enjoy surfing, catching a few rays or exploring some of the island's more rugged terrain, there is a beach to fit your interests. Molokai's Papohaku Beach (also known as three mile beach) is one of the nicest and most private beaches in the Hawaiian Islands.