Welcome to Molokai, The Most Hawaiian Island. Often called "The Friendly Island" because the aloha spirit flourishes here.
If you're looking for the real Hawai'i, this is it.
If you're looking for old Hawai'i, this is it.
If you're looking for breathtaking natural beauty, rain forests or deserted beaches,
this is it.
If you're looking for glitz and glamour, you'll need to look elsewhere.
This is an honest look at an island lost in time.
An island where no building is taller than a palm tree.
Where aloha is not just a word, it's a way of life.
Where the longest white sand beach in Hawai'i will probably have only your foot prints on it.
An island where there is so little automobile traffic, there's not a single traffic light.
There's no mall, no elevators and no neon.
No burger wars here.
Shopping is done in small, friendly businesses in Kaunakakai, the largest town, and in the villages of Kualapu'u and Maunaloa.
Life here is slow and relaxed.
It's rural and peaceful.
It's like stepping back in time 50 years.
It's a place like no other.
Images, text and graphics on this web site were contributed by Molokai residents. Some famous, some soon to be famous and some not so famous.
All of whom love Molokai and its people.
James H. Brocker, Richard A. Cooke III, Adrienne Jumper, Jeffrey Jumper, John Kaimikaua, Ellen Osborne, Wainwright Piena, Barbara Schonely, Pilipo Solatorio, Molokai Museum, Molokai Ranch
With the exception of the Visitor Center, this web site is commercial free. Check here for accommodations, transportation, visitor activities, etc.
Take a photo tour on, around and above our beautiful island.
Consult these Island maps to get the lay of the land, plus driving tips and directions.
Perhaps the most stunningly beautiful place in Hawai'i, Kalaupapa Peninsula is the site of Father Damien's mission where he ministered for 16 years to those suffering from Hansen's disease.
You'll find answers to the questions we're most often asked, plus a way to submit your own.
Here you'll find historical & cultural information about Hawai'i in general and Molokai in particular.
On Molokai, you can do as much as you want or nothing at all. Perhaps a little of both?
Special events on Molokai include a celebration of the birth of hula which occurred here, drag races featuring some famous Molokai mules and outrigger canoe races across the 26 mile channel to Waikiki on Oahu.
For 100 years, the paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) of Molokai Ranch have molded a heritage that continues to influence the island and her people.
Our island's climate is delightful. See for yourself.
We are always pleased to hear your questions, comments or suggestions regarding this site.