Molokai Island Guide
Molokai, "The Friendly Isle", like Maui is formed by two seperate and distinct volcanoes, the East, and West Molokai. Due to a large colapse of the north side of the island, Molokai bosts the highest sea cliffs anywhere in the world. The eastern half of the island is a towering plateau rising nearly five thousand feet out of the sea, and is covered by lush tropical rainforest. The western, low lying half of the island has only sparse vegitation and is more akin to a desert.
The town of Kaunakakai has one large resort, and several small hotels. Many of the hotels offer easy access to Papohaku Beach, which is the largest beach on all of the Hawaiian islands. Molokai offers many opportunities to experience all the natural beauty of Hawaii, through all sorts of outdoor adventures.