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Molokai is the least developed of the Hawaiian islands, remaining largely as it was before the advent of tourism. The untouched rain forests and empty beaches are still there waiting to be discovered and enjoyed. Nicknamed the ‘friendly island,’ Molokai provides the visitor an authentic encounter with the lifestyle and spirit of old Hawaii, where there are very few cars, no traffic lights, shopping malls, or office buildings. Kayaking, riding a mule along the mountainous coastline, visiting a macademia nut farm or coffee plantation, catching fish from an escorted cruise, or hiking through the rain forests are just a few of the experiences that will stay in your memory. Most of the shopping venues are in Kaunakakai, Molokai’s largest town. The smaller villages of Maunaloa and Kualapu'u also provide some unusual shopping opportunites, but most of Molokai is completely rural. Beachfront lodging and vacation condos are popular on Molokai, but you will get the fullest impression of the local culture and lifestyle by staying in one of the smaller bed and breakfast inns.
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|Lodging options located on Hawaii's Island of Molokai. This small island is nestled between the islands of Oahu and Maui and is served by Molokai Airport (MKK) located in the city of Hoolehua.|
Area Facts: Kalaupapa, a small, isolated peninsula on the north side of Molokai, was a rough, rocky and inaccessible area where migrant workers in the 1800s stricken with leprosy (now called Hansen’s Disease) were abandoned. Leprosy was eradicated with sulpha drugs in the 1940s, and this area is now a National Historic Site of the U.S. Park Service where access is available only through a limited number of escorted tours. The area code for the Hawaiian Islands is 808.
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