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Molokai Day Trip from Maui
"Check in at Lahaina Harbor for your early morning ferry from Maui to Molokai. During the 2-hour crossing keep an eye out for dolphins and whales in the waters around you. Your friendly local guide meets you when you disembark on Molokai. Travel by air-conditioned coach to Pala'au State Park where immense cliffs rise 2000 feet (610 meters) above the ocean separating the Kalaupapa Peninsula below from the rest of the island.Kalaupapa is known for being a place of exile for people afflicted with Hansen’s disease once known as leprosy. Learn about the forced relocations from 1865-1969 that sent the afflicted to live on the peninsula and how the revered Father Damien and Mother Marianne Cope cared for the patients for decades. Both were recently declared saints. Next visit Molokai Coffee Plantation where you hear about the history of coffee in Hawaii while sipping a cup of their delicious brew
From $260.00
Pali Sea Cliff Kayak Discovery
"Make your way to palm-fringed Papalaua Beach in west Maui less than 10 miles (16 km) south of Lahaina town and meet your experienced kayak guides for a safety briefing. Learn paddling techniques on shore and then settle into a single or double kayak. A guide helps you launch as you take off for the remote shores and sea cliffs in a spectacular coastal area kn paddle toward the Pali lighthouse and enjoy water views of rugged shoreline and jagged cliffs rarely seen by visitors. You'll stop for snacks and refreshments and spend time snorkeling at a couple of secluded snorkeling sites that boast excellent ocean visibility and include expansive coral reefs teeming with tropical marine life. Then continue paddling along this scenic shoreline where verdant cliffs lead showcasing Maui’s natural splendor that hovers over white-sand beaches.Once you’ve worked up an appetite you’re rewarded with a deli-style lunch at a remote beach while gazing at the picturesque sights of Maui. This small-group activity
From $123.00
Horseback Riding
"There is no better way to see the Island of Lanai than from horseback! The trails start from the Stables at Koele and windup to the our private Ironwood forest majestic Cooke Pines and hidden valleys. The Island of Lanai is full of wildlife such as Axis Deer Mouflon Sheep Pheasants Quail and Turkey.   It doesn't take long to reach views of both neighboring islands of Maui and Molokai along with beautiful overlooks of the vast landscape of Lanai.   The Stables at Koele offer expert staff to guide and recommend trail maximum 6 riders. Custom tours and private lessons also available. Kind and gentle the horses are suitable for multiple levels of rider
From $203.00

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Hawaiian "Warrior Signs"

Favorite thing These signs are present in all the Hawaiian Islands where there are designated historical or cultural sites unique to Hawaii. They are property of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau.

We never would have found the "Temple of the Shrimp" heiau if it weren't for the sign posted by the road. The heiau itself was past a closed gate and at least 1/4 mile down a dirt road off to the side in dense vegetation.

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"The More Hawaiian Island"
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"Molokai - "The Friendly Island""
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"Molokai: An Island Lost in Time"
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"Aloha Molokai"
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