Molokai Transportation

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Molokai Transportation

  • Thrilling Flights

    A flight to Molokai can turn into unexpected thrill given the “right” airline company is used. The Mokulele brand serves under the banner of the larger company, “GO!”, but offers completely different experience with its 9-seater Cessna planes. First, the “terminal” has nothing to do with the fussy big terminals despite being part of them in...

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  • Island Kine: DO NOT RENT A VEHICLE

    The owner of Island Kine, Steve, is a crook. He rented us a jeep that had the check engine light on, the brakes were really bad and the vehicle had a constant jerking motion while operating (I was on crutches due to a broken leg as well). The company had no hestiation in putting a handicapped woman on crutches into a vehicle that was near death...

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  • You need a car for sure!!!

    The only way to see the real Molokai is to get yourself a car!! Then you get to see it all. Island Kine Car Rental in Kaunakakai is the BEST. I love these guys! They always take such good care of us when we head to Molokai. Ask if they have any 4 wheel drive you may need it sometimes.:) The guys will take good care of you. Have fun!

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  • Rent a car a must!

    Renting a car makes sense on Molokai since everything is so expansive and quite a ways to get to. There are no local bus, taxi or shuttle services. The Molokai airport is very small and the rental counters are visible in the baggage claim area. Budget and Dollar the big names in car rental there. Island Kine rental is in Kaunakakai town. Inquire if...

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  • rent a car!

    The only way to travel around Molokai is by car! Rent a car and drive around, it's pretty easy as there are only 3 main roads. Even I didn't get lost (which is amazing, trust me).When you go to the East side of the island, wave to all the cars you pass, there won't be that many. The roads get very narrow there , so slow down and take care!

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  • Fly or Ferry

    Only two ways to get to Molokai - fly or ferry. There are 5 flights a day from Oahu via Aloha and Hawaiian and twice a day ferry service from Lahina, Maui. I love the airport in Molokai - no long walks. Walk down the airplane's stairs and you're there!The ferry from Lahina runs twice a day - early in the morning and about 6:00PM. Many residents of...

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  • You need vehicle to get around molokai

    We rented a 4-door car for our week and I must say, it is an absolute neccessity to truly experience the island. They are so many spots to 'check' out, but you really need a car or 4x4,insome cases. Its a bit expensive, but worth it, we rented thru Budget and it was unlimited mileage for 7 days, we put on 300 miles, in that time, which cost us...

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  • A rental car is a must

    On an island without taxis and public transport renting a car is indispensable, even though bicycles could come in handy, as well. But even by car many parts of the islands, esp. the tropical north-east, are inaccessible, so in order to explore this region you have to hike or rent a boat.

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  • Cheapest airfare

    Moloka'i Air Shuttle is the cheapest way to get to Moloka'i, half the price of other carriers ($80 pp round trip from HNL). They operate from the far side of the airport at Honolulu Int'l so you'll have to get the car rental people to take you over there on the shuttle. Other idiosyncracies: no website, no credit cards. I mailed them a personal...

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  • Ferry from Lahaina, Maui

    Island MarineFerries to Molokai: Monday, Wednesday, Friday & SaturdayDeparture time: 7:30 a.m.Return: 3:30 p.m.The ride is approximately 90 minutes. Lower deck is mostly enclosed, upper deck open. A naturalist was on board on our ride over. Lots of whales sitings and some dolphins. Our ride both ways was pretty smooth but heard it can be quite...

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  • Expect small airplane

    Flight to Molokai, is served regularly by Hawaiian Airlines and Aloha Island Air. The flight time between Honolulu International Airport and Hoolehua Airport on Molokai is approximately twenty minutes.

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  • Feb 22, 2014 at 4:07 PM

    Molokai does have a bus service called the MEO. It's here. Runs four times a day to/from Ke Nani Kai. However when we were sitting at the bus stop a nice couple offered us a ride and we have been friends and running around sharing expenses ever since.

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