activities. Plan to hike through the Halawa Valley which is thought to be the oldest Hawaiian settlement. You will be able to admire the waterfalls and tropical plants located along the trail. You can take a guided tour and learn about the culture as you hike along the path and at the end take a refreshing dip in the pool at Mo’oula Falls.
If you want to spend time at the beach, head over to Papohaku beach. There is plenty of sand and areas to sunbathe or just enjoy the peace and quiet of this beautiful area. At the end of the day, take the kids out to Molokai Pizza Café or Paddlers Restaurant and Bar for an excellent meal.
Fun Times During Spring Time
The second busiest time of year to visit the island is during the spring months of March to May. Families will enjoy the comfortable temperatures and some time to relax. Take the time to tour the sea cliffs from a boat or helicopter. You might also see humpback whales or other wildlife. The kids might also enjoy visiting the post office and creating a Post-a-Nut. They can decorate a coconut and mail it anywhere in the world for a small fee. You also do not want to miss a trip to Kanemitsu Bakery where you can experience its famous “hot bread” The bakery has been in business for 80 years and residents and tourists alike line up for bread right out of the oven.
Try a Timeshare
Some of the best accommodations on the island can be found at a Molokai timeshare. Units are like a home away from home and feature separate bedrooms and bathrooms for large families. You can reserve a timeshare with a fully equipped kitchen where you can prepare authentic Hawaiian meals or hang out on the patio or balcony with coffee in the mornings. Kids will be entertained in the living space with flat-screen televisions and Wi-fi and you can relax in the bathtub after a busy day exploring. A Molokai timeshare resort may also feature amenities like swimming pools, onsite bars and restaurants, and activities for the kids.
Summer and Fall are the least busy times to visit Molokai. The weather is a little cooler and there are few crowds. If you are ready to start planning your next vacation, check out the wonderful island of Molokai.