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Places to Visit and Things to See
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  • Big Wind Kite Factory - In Maunaloa town the westside is one of the oldest stores on the on the Island.They have been hand making kites and windsocks for over 30 years. Open 8:30 - 5:00 daily

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  • The Beach Break - A great shop 2 miles east of the airport at the Holomua junction has surfboard rentals and all your beach needs. Open 10am - 4pm Monday - Saturday

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  • The Blue Monkey - Gift shop and Gallery next to the Beach Break at the Holomua Junction is filled with everything from local art and jewelry to lotions and soaps. Open 10am - 4pm Monday - Saturday
     
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  • Zack Socher Photography and Printing - At the Holomua Junction has hundreds of paper and canvas prints of Molokai all 100% made on Molokai by Zack
  • Stress Less Massage - Want to relax? What better way than getting a Deep Tissue, Hot Stone or Swedish massage while on vacation. Wendy Doenges is a Licenced Massage theripst who offers both chair and table massages call 808-658-1545 to schedual an appointment.
  • Purdy's Mac Nut Farm on Lihi Pali Ave behind the High School. Tuddie and Kammy Purdy have owned and operated the farm since 1980. Open 9:30am - 3:30pm Monday - Saturday
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  • Kalaupapa Lookout / Mule Ride Take the tour and hear the stories of Saint Damien and Saint Mary-Ann who embraced the people of Kalaupapa after they were banished there for contracting Leporcy
  • Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove on the South shore of Molokai was planted in the 1860s by Kamehameha V
  • Molokai Plumeria Farm 2.5 miles west of Kaunakakai town this plumeria orchard which has been growing strong since 1982
  • Whale Watching pick a beach to sit at or charter a local captain to take you up close and personal with the Humpback Whales

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imgThe Lone Dancer Kapuaiwa
  • Thursday Visitor Paddle at the Canoe shack at the Wharf in Kaunakakai. The boat hits the water at 7:30 sharp so get there well before
  • Molokai Hoe Outrigger Canoe Race (Molokai to Oahu conoe race) is the Super Bowl of canoe racing and is usually the 2nd weekend of October
  • Pailolo Challenge (Maui to Molokai Canoe Race)
  • The Herritage Rodeo at The Molokai Ranch on the westend of the island. A great show with great food and music. They do everything from Barrel Races to Bull Riding
  • Clean up at Mo'omomi Every year Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii does a huge job along with the Molokai community cleaning up the trash on the beach. Please come down and help.
 
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  • The Ka Hula Piko Festival The celebration of the Hula. Molokai is the birth place of the hula and every year (usually the 2nd weekend of May) There is an Island wide celebration filled with Music, Dancing and Food
  • Makahiki Festival (Hawaiian Olympic games) Makahiki is the time of peace and harvest and every January in Kaunakai town people gather from all sides of the island to participate and compete in the games. Plenty of fun music and food.
  • The Molokai Earth Day Celebration Educating residents and visitors about the part they can play in preserving our natural and cultural resources

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Sea Cliffs North Shore Molokai