Wind your way down a three-mile switchback trail from the top of the world's highest sea cliffs (1,700 feet) to the ... More
Moloka'i Mule Ride
Wind your way down a three-mile switchback trail from the top of the world's highest sea cliffs (1,700 feet) to the historic Kalaupapa peninsula on an amiable, sure-footed mule. Since the mid-1800s the site on the North Shore has been home to people with Hansen's disease, or leprosy. It was made famous by Belgian priest Father Damien, who served the outcasts in the remote colony and died of the disease. The guided mule tour includes a picnic lunch, all permits and a tour of Kalaupapa National Historical Park. The minimum age to ride is 16 years or older. Advanced reservations are recommended.
There aren't many places to stay on the east end of Moloka'i, anyone who's planning on it might want to
consider bedding down in the Dunbar Beachfront Cottages. The company offers two beach front homes that are comfortably furnished ...
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island charter companies that operate out of the harbor, many locals keep private boats at the slips. The enormous ...
Take the turn off at Mile Marker 20 on Highway 450, and you'll find this popular family beach. It's safe
for even the smallest snorkelers because of a barrier reef located just offshore. (As always, use discretion and caution ...