The Halawa Cultural Hike is an intermediate to advanced 2.2-mile hike that provides visitors the opportunity to explore historic East Molokai. Hikers will visit taro patches, a Hawaiian pond, popular snorkeling spot Morris Point, and Father Damien's church at Kamalo.

 
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Beach Review of East Molokai Tour and Halawa Cultural Hike

Away Travel Expert: Christine Loomis
BeachExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5
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  • One of Molokai's best attributes is that it is reminiscent of old Hawaii because people here have held onto traditions and culture and have fought development. This is the island on which to experience Hawaiian culture, and this adventure combines cultural activities with a 2.2-mile intermediate hike to a waterfall.
  • The lush and misty Halawa Valley is the site of one of the first Hawaiian settlements in the island chain. It is steeped in history and legends and the landscape is exactly what you picture when thinking of tropical islands—tree branches bent with fruit, thick forests, and waterfalls tumbling into clear pools.
  • Ask your guide about the legend of Moaula Falls while you're sitting around admiring its serene beauty before the hike back. Keep in mind that while this hike isn't difficult, it does involve crossing two streams on stones, uneven terrain, and scrambling over a few boulders.

Address:
Halawa Valley, Kaunakakai
Molokai, Hawaii


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 877-553-4477
Email: info@molokai-outdoors.com
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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