This is the largest and most famous of the heiau (ancient Hawaiian places of worship) on Moloka'i. It is an enormous ... More
This is the largest and most famous of the heiau (ancient Hawaiian places of worship) on Moloka'i. It is an enormous stone platform measuring 120 feet wide by 320 feet long. In ancient times, priests conducted human sacrifice at the heiau, and villagers avoided and feared it, with good reason. According to legend, it was built during the time of the Menehune, who proceeded to baptize it with the blood of local sons. The heiau can be visited on foot or on horseback. As with all such sites, visitors are expected to show respect and stay within marked boundaries.
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 ...
Bolts of fabric are as prevalent as factory made garments at this local clothing store. The clothes are authentic Hawaiian:
aloha shirts, muumuus and more. Little tiny baby muumuus and aloha shirts are also on display. Women's shoes dominate ...
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