Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Maui, Molokai and Lanai Planner 2019-2020
Camping Don’t miss an immersive experience at Pāpōhaku Beach Park or One Ali‘i Beach Park. For information and permits, contact the City & County Parks Department at 808-533-3204 or visit co.maui.hi.us. For information on Pālā‘au State Park, contact the Maui Division of State Parks at 808-984-8109 or visit dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/parks/ molokai. Or contact the Destination Moloka‘i Visitors Bureau at 800-800- 6367 or visit molokai-hawaii.com. Beaches There are several beaches on Moloka‘i for you to enjoy, and they all offer amazing beauty, seclusion and romance. Don’t forget your beach towel and some sunscreen! Fishing Cast off from Kaunakakai pier, the longest wharf in the islands. Great for both first-time and experienced fishers! Golfing Tee off at the relaxed, plantation-style, nine-hole Ironwood Hills Golf Course for fantastic views of Moloka‘i’s scenery. Magic Moments Moloka‘i is filled with beauty and inspiration...here are our favorite ways to experience all it has to offer: Pāpōhaku Beach Park DanaEdmunds 28 gohawaii.com/molokai facebook.com/visitmolokai MOLOKA‘I EXPLORE Snorkeling and Diving Experience the island’s longest, continuous, fringing reef up-close and see natural coral and reef fish in gentle waters. Arrangements can be made through the activities desk in Kaunakakai or online. Hiking The Hālawa Valley trail to Mo‘oula Falls is a spectacular vision of the island’s scenery. Or, hike through switchbacks and scenic cliffs to historic Kalaupapa. Guides are required as hikes are strenuous and may cross private property.