Molokai is separated into three regions: Central Molokai, the center of local life on this, the most Hawaiian of islands. Macadamia nut and coffee farms abound on the island. Along the north coast of Central Molokai is the isolated Kalaupapa Peninsula, home to the historic Kalaupapa National Historic Park. The West End, is also home to Papohaku Beach, one of the largest white sand beaches in Hawaii and Kapukahehu Beach, a perfect spot for romantic Molokai sunsets. For a unique shopping experience, shop at the Big Wind Kite Factory. Undiscovered country and natural wonders abound on Molokai’s East End. Take a day trip and drive along Kamehameha V Highway.
The resort area includes Kaunakakai and Maunaloa where you can stay at bed and breakfasts, rental cottages and condominiums.