On Molokai there is plenty to do and plenty to see. Take a vigorous hike through the nature conservancy, go horseback or mule riding, mountain bike on the many trails, or play golf on Ironwood Hills Golf Club in Kualapuu (Kaluakoi golf course that Paniolo Hale boarders is closed until futher notice). Or if water is what suits you best, go kayaking, snorkeling, diving, deep-sea fishing, surf the waves, or just bask in the sun on one of the many golden beaches. Hawaii’s longest continuous fringing reef, expanding 28 miles, lies off south Molokai with coral and stony coral in abundance.

You might want to take a tour of a coffee plantation, the national park, visit the longest wharf in Hawaii, or the museum and cultural center. Or find a spiritual connection in one of the historic churches (or just find it wherever you go on Molokai!).

Shop in the quaint shops and a gallery or two, and if the need arises, an ATM or full-service banking is available. If an even greater need arises, you can get a professional massage or help in planning an unforgettable Molokai wedding.

For additional information on some of Molokai’s activities, click on the links below.

Historical Hikes West Molokai – www.molokai-aloha.com/hikes

Molokai Coffee Plantation – www.molokaicoffee.com

Molokai Fish and Dive – www.molokaifishanddive.com

Molokai Mule Ride – www.muleride.com

Molokai Outdoors – www.molokai-outdoors.com

Molokai Cultural Center – www.sheratonmolokai.com

Snorkel Molokai -  www.snorkelmolokai.com/