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Molokai Attractions and Activities

Molokai has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. From adrenaline-pumping adventure to a relaxing day out, you need never be bored in Molokai.

Molokai Attractions and Activities Directory

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Activities and Attractions in Molokai

Molokai Adventure

Take your pick from 4WD off-roading, bungy jumping, white water sports, caving, canyoning, diving, snorkelling, gliding, paragliding, horse-riding, skiing, hunting, jet-boating, mountaineering, skydiving and more.

Molokai Art, Galleries and Artists

Enjoy a vibrant arts scene by visiting local artists, galleries and studios throughout the country. Pacific Islands enjoys a rich artistic culture, with a wide range work including painting, carving, ceramics, glass, jewellery, leather, metal, music, photography, printmaking, sculpture and more.

Molokai Performing Arts and Culture

With diverse and creative talents celebrated in and inspired by Pacific Islands itself, it's not surprising that visitors can enjoy performing arts and culture throughout the country. You can relax in our welcoming cafe culture or take a creative workshop in jewellery making, bone carving, woodturning or so much more!

Molokai Attraction and Activity Passes

Find out how to maximise your budget whilst on holiday in Molokai with a range of discount vouchers, passes, accommodation and activity packages offered by leading backpacker and discount holiday specialists. Advice on planning a itinerary for short or long holidays is also available.

Molokai Boats, Sailing and Charters

You're spoilt for choice with ocean, lake and river cruises and charters available throughout Molokai for all types of boats, budgets and sailors. Including top-end skippered luxury cruises to fishing charters in some of the world's best fishing spots, plus sailing schools to get you started.

Molokai Day Spas, Health and Beauty

Relax and rejuvenate at one of the many spas, springs and health resorts throughout Molokai. Massages, scrubs, wraps, facials, beauty treatments and relaxation therapies are offered with or without accommodation in thermal reserves, natural springs or resorts far away from anyone and anywhere.

Molokai English Language Schools and Study

Study English language at one of the English language schools and colleges in Molokai and enjoy a high-standard of teaching, small class sizes and friendly atmospheres. Molokai is an ideal destination for combining your passion for learning with a love of adventure and the outdoors.

Molokai Entertainment

Your guide on where to go (and when) for the best entertainment Molokai has for adults and children. Find out about the country's top casinos, gaming and racing venues, movies and theatre, music events, children's activities, pools and a nightlife featuring pubs, clubs and restaurants.

Molokai Events, Festivals and Shows

Molokai has a lively events and festival scene, which is active throughout the year. Find out what's on during your visit –  you may find you can enjoy an air show, film or music festival, cabaret or theatre dates, seasonal carnivals, dance, wine, food, flowers or sports festivals.

Molokai Family Fun and Activities

Looking for some great ways to entertain the kids? Find out more about going to a chocolate factory, animal park, zoo or butterfly house and where to go for family friendly quad biking, horse-trekking, paintball, railways, sailing charters, whitewater rafting, gold-panning, tenpin bowling.

Molokai Fishing

With some of the best fishing in the world, Molokai is a great place for anglers of all skill and experience levels. Choose from freshwater fishing, inshore saltwater fishing and big game fishing. Fly fishing, salmon and trout fishing are hugely popular with visitors from all over the world. Fishing guides and charters are available.

Molokai Gardens

If you are a keen botanist, keen amateur gardener or just someone who enjoys a beautiful place, then why not visit some of the public parks and private gardens open to visitors throughout Molokai. Botanical gardens, arboretums, flower shows, flower farm visits and garden tours are available in every season.

Molokai Golf, Golf Courses and Golf Cross

There are many golf courses in Molokai varying in sizes and catering for golf masters to give-it-a-go beginner golfers.

Molokai Heritage and History

Experience and learn more about Molokai's settlement and colonial past, heritage and history by visiting the many heritage parks, museums, historic buildings, restored pioneer settlements and historical villages, factories and breweries, gold mining centres and missionary houses.

Molokai Hot Pools and Health Spas

With a range of natural hot springs in Molokai, you are never far away from a relaxing soak in hot, mineral waters. Many hot springs and hot pools have visitor facilities and include health spas, which offer health and beauty treatments. You can also find secluded bathing spots in remote areas of the countryside.

Molokai Meditation Centres and Retreats

Reflect, rejuvenate and unwind in one of Molokai's many health retreats, yoga retreats, health resorts and meditation centres. Often located in some of the country's most beautiful areas, you can escape from it all both physically and mentally with a short or long break. Treat your mind, body and soul.

Molokai Mountain Biking and Cycling

Molokai has world-class cycleways, cycle trails and cycling tracks for mountain bikers, road and recreational cyclists throughout the country. Mountain bike enthusiasts will find challenges galore on hilly and mountainous trails.

Molokai Museums and Art Galleries

Galleries, private collections, artists' studios and museums throughout Molokai all play host to a wide range of art and artefacts. Museums and galleries offer a specialised look into the stories of specific regions.

Molokai Nature and Eco-Tourism

Nature and eco-tourism pursuits in Molokai are hugely varied and extremely satisfying. Whether you want to hike into the hills or simply observe the stars, you have a great choice of attractions and activities including bird, penguin and whale watching, glowworm encounters, plus opportunities to swim with seals and dolphins.

Molokai Scenic Flights

A scenic flight by plane, helicopter or hot-air balloon may just be the flightseeing adventure of a lifetime. You can create magical and memorable holiday moments with a personalised flying tour over some of the country's top attractions.

Molokai Sightseeing

When you realise just how much there is to see in Molokai, you may want to extend your holiday to do it justice. No matter how long you have though, you can enjoy some great sightseeing tours and opportunities from air, land or sea using a variety of transport including coaches, planes, horses, quad bikes, mountain bikes, trams and gondolas.

Molokai Skiing and Snowboarding

Molokai ski fields offer skiers and snowboards some of the best snow action in the world with a ski season that lasts from June to late October. Set in fabulous scenery, ski fields and ski terrains offer downhill, cross country, stunt and sports skiing and snowboarding activities for all ages, abilities and experience.

Molokai Surfing and Water Sports

With over many thousands of miles of coastline within easy reach, it's not surprising that Pacific Islandsns love water sports such as surfing, sailing, rafting, kayaking and jetskiing. You too can find any excuse to get into and onto the water with surf schools, water sports centres and water-based activities offered to visitors throughout the country.

Molokai Theme and Leisure Parks

There is hours of entertainment for all the family in Molokai's playgrounds. Theme and leisure parks throughout the country range from action-packed adventure parks to more relaxing retreats, catering for all ages and abilities. Check out options such as adrenalin forests, water parks and gold mining adventure parks.

Molokai Tourism and Travel Training

Study for tourism and travel qualifications in adventure education, hospitality management, adventure tourism management and aviation training in Molokai's excellent (and stunningly beautiful) outdoor and indoor learning environments. Tourism is one of Molokai's major industries, so tourism education is of the very highest standard.

Molokai Tourist Shopping and Souvenirs

Take home more than just a memory from your holiday in Molokai. Tourist shops, shopping malls and boutique shops, as well as duty free outlets and online shopping sites, sell a wide array of beautifully made Molokai products, arts and crafts inspired by Molokai's culture.

Molokai Tramping, Hiking, Guided Walks

Molokai offers hikers (or trampers) and walkers some of the best hiking terrain in the world such as hills, valleys, lakes, rivers, remote back country, national park tracks, iconic great walks and much more. Catering for all abilities, hiking and walking in Molokai is an unmissable activity on any Molokai holiday.

Molokai Wineries

Wine making in Molokai has never before had such a high profile worldwide. Its distinctive, premium quality wines (Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Otago Pinot Noir for example) are justifiably famous. Whilst here in Molokai, you can enjoy winery tours, great cuisine and stunning scenery whilst you sample the latest and finest vintages at the cellar door.

Molokai Zoos, Wildlife Parks, Aquariums

Always a hit with the kids, a trip to the local zoo, wildlife park, farm park or aquarium makes fantastic entertainment for all the family. Molokai's zoos, wildlife parks, animal sanctuaries, farm parks and aquariums are home to a wide variety of native and foreign animals, birds and wildlife. See crocodiles, kangaroos, wallabies and much more in Molokai zoos, wildlife parks and aquariums.

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