Molokai is a beautiful island located in Hawaii, United States of America. Molokai is the 5th largest of the Hawaii islands and the 27th largest in the whole country. The island has an area of 260 square miles and a population of 7.500 residents. The official symbol of Molokai is the kukui flower. The first European who visited it was a sailor named George Dixon, in 1786. The island is great for vacation and the pillar of the economy of this incredible place is tourism. If you need a holiday and you dream of an exotic place, Molokai is the best in Hawaii, thanks to its pristine beauty. If you go there, do not miss some of the several attractions.
Top Attractions within Molokai
Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove is one of the oldest royal coconut groves, as it was planted in the mid 19th century by King Kamehameha V. More than 1000 coco palm trees used to cover an incredibly large area. The beach front land, filled with the palms is more than impressive. Also beautiful at this attraction - the clear, blue water.
Summer Canoe Races are the attraction of the fun canoe clubs from Molokai. The races are great to watch as teams of 6 men and women compete in different age groups on the calm waters near Wharf Road.
Molokai Plumeria Orchard is located in Molokai and is a hot and dry area where you can admire the beautiful flowers. An interesting guided tour is available for tourists, so, do not miss this.
Molokai War Memorial is a small memorial located in a triangle shaped park in Molokai, within the area of Kaunakakai. The marble memorial has engraved plaques with the names of those who died in the wars to defend their country. Above this, the American and the Hawaiian flags are fluttering in the wind.