Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Molokai Honeymoon Destination & Travel Guide for Couples


Molokai: Snapshot

Best time to visit Molokai:
January, February, March, April, May, November, December,

Molokai romantic honeymoon destination is also famous for : Adventure, Beach, City, Evolving, Island, Peaceful, Secluded, Trekking, Water Sports, Wildlife,

Molokai is the fifth largest island of Hawaiian archipelago ans is known as "The Most Hawaiian Island" since it will give you the real experience of Hawaii Islands where you will find Unspoiled coastlines, Untamed Coastlines, and mismatching virgin beauty. Here you will see the simple lifestyle which used to be of the originals one. The area is not well established for tourism purpose and is still not developed where there are no traffic at all no taller building more than that of a coconut tree. Simple yet Authentic Hawaii lies here.Here is a chance for tourist to experience the pat Hawaii which was unspoiled and untouched where there were no tourists or skyscrapers.

Molokai is surely to give you the charm of how people and natural beauty of the Hawaii Island used to be in past era. You’ll fall in love with this undiscovered island. Take the road hiking along the foot cliffs leading to Kalaupapa National Historical Park or discovering Papohaku Beach, one of Hawaii’s biggest white sand beaches.

Molokai as Honeymoon Destination (Romantic Getaways)

Molokai as a honeymoon destination is a exceptional destination in Hawaii Islands where you will come across the natural beauty which used to be in Hawaii islands before its discovery. This place is full of natural beaches, mountains trails, lush green grasslands and a place that where Hawaiian culture thrives.

Halawa Valley is an amazing place to drive for in the island which is an adventurous experience with scenic beauty all around. Kalaupapa National Historical Park along sheer cliffs overlooking the Pacific is a scenic, isolated and peaceful destination that offers stunning views of the surrounding area. Papohaku Beach famously called as 3 mile beach is the largest white sand beaches in the island which is famous for snorkeling, Whale watching, scuba diving and many more water activities. Kaunakakai island’s main harbor is a place where you will see the old Hawaii with local fisherman local boats , restaurants and hotels. Enjoy the relishing fish cuisines here.

Why Visit Molokai as Romantic Getaway?

  • Molokai offers a handful of beautiful beaches. For those longing to get away from it all, Molokai’s white sand beaches offer amazing unspoiled beauty, seclusion and romance.
  • Whether it’s for a long retreat or for a Maui day trip, Molokai provides the perfect encore for your romantic getaway. Here, you can both relax, in a serene, untouched paradise that promises an unforgettable experience.
  • Home to Hawaii’s longest continuous fringing reef, Molokai is a fantastic place for snorkeling and scuba diving.
  • The waters between Lanai, Maui and Molokai offer some of the best winter whale watching in the world.

Best Time to Visit Molokai

Weather in Molokai is very consistent, with only minor changes in temperature throughout the year. The West End of Molokai is dryer and more arid while the mountainous East End is wetter and greener.

Best Season: Molokai weather is wonderful year round
Summers: May to Nov
Winters: Dec to Mar
Monsoons: Oct through Mar

Molokai Shoreline

Molokai Shoreline

Molokai Shoreline by Ed Suominen

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    One Response to “Molokai”

    Clark Says

    We had an amazing honeymoon at Molokai. There we spent our day at Papohaku beach. We really enjoyed walking up & down this beach. It was gorgeous, very quiet, except for the waves! However, this was the best thing we saw while on Molokai. It is one of those beaches that you see in the movies, where its miles and miles of white sand, beautiful clear water and is completely deserted. Absolutely breathtaking! There is not a ton to do on Molokai, although it is one of my favorite places, but Molokai Bar is a good gathering spot. They also have local music often that adds to the very good ambiance. I have always been treated very well there. Cheers to the place.

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