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Molokai Island

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The island of Molokai may not be as popular with tourists as other Hawaiian islands, but it offers stunning scenery and plenty of opportunities to relax. Molokai's landscape includes two volcanoes, a large white sand beach, and a sacred valley – all in an island that's only 38 miles long and ten miles across. You can ride a mule through Kalaupapa National Historical Park (the only way to access the park), go camping at Papohaku Beach, and explore the Halawa Valley – where Polynesians are believed to have settled in the 7th century. Molokai is also said to be the place where hula comes from, where the goddess Laka first danced the hula. Today, there is an annual hula festival on Molokai each May.

During the mid-19th century, Molokai was the setting for a leper colony. The site of the settlement in Kalaupapa is still occupied by some of its former patients, so access is by invitation or organized tour only.

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Exclusieve helikoptertour van 45 minuten naar West Maui en Molokai

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Vlieg over het majestueuze Maui en Molokai tijdens een exclusieve helikopterrondvlucht van 45 minuten. Geniet van de diepe dalen en steile randen van de ...  Meer info

  • Locatie: Maui, Hawaï
  • Duur: 45 minuten
Van USD 220,00