Journals Molokai

Slow Down - This is Moloka'i

Created by John Denholm on September 27, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

13 Reviews
1 Story

The places, people, and experiences that made us fall in love with this island.

Friendly Molokai

Created by lcampbell on April 7, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
2 Stories

The often-seen signs around Molokai say it all: “Slow Down! This is Molokai!” Tourism on Molokai is low-key. What you will NOT find is prepackaged Hawaiian, highrises, or stoplights. Rather, you will encounter large quantities of rural beauty and aloha spirit.

Activities and Adventure on Molokai

Created by lcampbell on April 6, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

At a size of only 38 miles by 10 miles, and a population of just 7000, Molokai is a warm and cozy rural island. This is true Hawaii, with over half the people of native Hawaiian descent, and low-key tourism. You will breath a sigh of relief soon after arriving.

Molokai Mo' Bettah

Created by gosusan on June 8, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

Molokai remains the least developed and touristy of the Hawaiian islands you can visit. If you want to slow down, come here and learn why residents say "Moloka'i mo' bettah!"

Molokai: the Hawaiian island without the crowds

Created by Maui Jon on March 14, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Molokai is one of the six major Hawaiian islands that tourists can visit, but it is more laid back and relaxing and uncrowded than the more popular islands.

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Molokai Deep Sea Fishing with Mike Holmes

Created by azd14 on February 18, 2007

1 Review

Molokai Deep Sea Fishing Trip with Mike Holmes from Fun Hogs.

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Molokai - pristine Island, incredible history

Created by thianne on May 17, 2001

2 Reviews
1 Story

A beautiful Island, secluded beaches, cliffs, and tour former exile colony

Molokai, the most Hawaiian Isle

Created by Chele on January 1, 2001

3 Reviews

Traveling to more populated Hawaiian islands, and need a break from crowds? Molokai is the ticket. Touted as "the most Hawaiian isle", visit Molokai and step back in time; no 5 star hotels, fancy restaurants, or malls. Trade these for Hawaii's highest waterfall, world's tallest seacliffs, and gloriously empty beaches.

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Molokai, Hawaii SCUBA

Created by Pirate43 guide on December 1, 2000

2 Reviews

Molokai is not really known for its scuba and does not have many dive operators but I was on my way home from Korea so I took the opportunity to try it out.



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