The island of Molokai is nearly four times longer than it is wide.
Its long and narrow shape is somewhat of a quiet dash located between
two boisterous sentences, Oahu and Maui. The eastern portion of
the island is rugged, verdant and largely inaccessible. To the west,
the land is flatter and drier. On its north side is the famous Kalaupapa
Peninsula, a national historic park surrounded by the world's tallest
sea cliffs, stretching more than 3,000 feet skyward. To the south
is the longest continuous fringed reef in Hawaii, measuring around
28 miles. Molokai is particularly perfect for travelers thirsty
for outdoor adventures, obtaining knowledge of the Hawaiian style
ways of life and for those seeking new and more experiences.
National Historical Park
photos courtesy of Hawaii Visitors