Island of Molokai

Three words that represent the magic of the Friendly Isle are remote, charming, and timeless. On Molokai, culture and history are etched into every inch of the island’s stunning landscapes

Explore ancient fishponds, visit one of Hawaii’s last royal coconut groves, stroll along a 3-mile stretch of Papohaku Beach sand, and hike to the Hawaiian fertility site of Kaule o Nanahoa. From afar, hikers can see Kalaupapa, where Belgian priest Father Damien devoted his life to the peninsula’s residents suffering from leprosy. Today, only a handful of Hawaiians remain as permanent residents and access is restricted.

Unwind in a spacious oceanfront condo at Molokai Shores. Located only a few miles away is Kaunakakai, where guests can relish a small-town experience in a paniolo (cowboy) hamlet where the absence of stoplights takes you back to a simpler time. Here, visitors can shop for groceries, eat at local eateries, book tours, and select mementos from local artists.  

Molokai Shores

Molokai Shores

There's no finer place to disconnect and unwind than this oceanfront condominium resort in Kaunakakai on Molokai's south shore. Our cozy vacation rentals include spacious one- and two-bedroom vacation homes that make life easy. Enjoy our oceanfront swimming pool, on four oceanfront acres with barbeque areas, free parking, an on-site hair salon, shuffleboard, and laundry facilities.

The central town of Kaunakakai is a few miles away and will take you back in time which has virtually remained unchanged since the 1900s. Here guests can find shops, boutiques, and restaurants in the business district.