Sharp shoreline rocks make this a rather unpleasant swimming beach, but white (almost pink) sand and turquoise water create ... More
Sharp shoreline rocks make this a rather unpleasant swimming beach, but white (almost pink) sand and turquoise water create stunning views and photo ops. The sandy patches in between the rocks are only good for swimming on calm days in the summer months. This beach is not easy to find; it's on a poorly paved road that branches off from the main highway in Maunaloa Town. The Molokai Ranch has a fancy 'tentalow' campground here, but other than that, the area is pretty much empty of people.
This is the only harbor on Molokai, and it gets quite a bit of traffic. In addition to the few
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 ...
Snorkel gear, fishing rods and boogie boards can be rented at this busy downtown shop that also offers a variety
of island tours. From mountain biking and horseback riding to whale watching and snorkeling with sea turtles and manta ...