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Moloka’i is a sleepy island 38 miles long and 10 miles wide, with the dramatic charm of clean sea cliffs of Kauai, hidden valleys and waterfalls, but without the crowds. The blue Pacific Ocean lap the edge of the coastal road that traces the east coast. A steep climb with spectacular views of white beaches far from Maui and rest during a shaft surrounded by white clouds. At the time of Kamehameha the Great (1750-1819) priest, a person could ask to death.
Hotel Moloka’i relaxes under palm trees on the quiet waters by a thirty million reef protected. Centrally located near Kaunakakai town and port, it is an ideal base for exploring that donkey ride owned or walks in the Kalaupapa peninsula Kamakou Preserve, and the dry west side of the island, home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and the Mo ‘ omomi Dunes.
The recently renovated hotel offers South Pacific “glitch in time” charm. The knob of the country stand in the endless blue backed by Shaggy green cliffs are frayed kissed with crescents of white sand through translucent jade water. The highest cliffs in the world to prevent the escape and were curious from. Once a month, guided hikes led by the Nature Protection Act. can access on northwest coast of Molokai Visitors Mo’omomi Preserve, one of the last intact coastal dune ecosystems in Hawai.
Windswept dunes harbor native plants, nesting sea turtles, colonies of shearwaters and many other birds. The Nature Conservancy offers guided hikes once a month, but you must enter without permission, or guidance, if you hold a key to the gate of the Conservation Law Office. If you want to just sit back and SLOSH in the surf, head of the arid west.
Moloka’i is a microcosm of the environmental battles raging over the islands. Here, deep swells to a white beard monster pounds at home by mother nature message: “Do not Mess With Me”. The local people showed up for happy hour with Pupu (appetizer) and beach chairs, watching the sun appeared in a pastel sea.
On my next visit, I will at Moloka’i Island Guide, Walter Naki. Waterfalls streamed cliffs shrouded in ragged green, spiced with ginger, TI’s robust isolated protected plants and wildlife