Best Vacation Home Deals on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula
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Recommended Vacation Rentals on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula
Rent a vacation accommodation on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula: from $75 per night
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Price and Availability Index Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula
Vacation Rental Price Information on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula. The most expensive prices are in January (1/26 - 2/2). Prices reach an average of $188 per night. The cheapest week is in August (8/3 - 8/10). Prices fall to an average of $149 per night.
Rental Availability Information on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula
Find out the percentage of available rentals on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula with the graph above. In February (2/2 - 2/9), only 44 are available. It is easier to find a rental in a week of May (5/25 - 6/1), as only 4% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 64° low. According to the climate diagram, March is the rainiest month of the year on Molokai Island except Kalaupapa Peninsula.
Slice of paradise in Hawaii: Molokai vacation rentals
Molokai is an island with timeless appeal. With a Molokai vacation home, guests can truly get away from it all - enjoy the island’s small villages, deserted beaches, rainforests and, of course, the Pacific Ocean. Accommodation options include beach villas, secluded bungalows and oceanfront multi-bedroom condominiums with stunning views.
Fresh island cuisine
At many of the friendly restaurants located on the island, visitors are guaranteed authentic Hawaiian fare. The family-owned Paddler’s Restaurant and Bar offers casual dining. The tantalising menu includes steak, shrimp, chicken, pork dishes and more.
Popular among residents and visitors alike, the Kualapu'u Cookhouse is famous for its tasty breakfasts, including Macadamia nut pancakes. Hearty dinner options include prime ribs, burgers and fresh salads.
Kanemitsu’s Bakery is a bona fide island icon. Try the fresh coffee and hot round Molokai bread, a sweet, white pan-style loaf. Or taste the lavash, which is a flatbread loaded with various toppings.
The Kalaupapa National Historical Park & Guided Mule Tour is a thrilling experience for anyone 16 years or older. You'll be trained on how to ride the mules, before following the 3.2-mile Kalaupapa Trail.
The Molokai Outdoors Center offers water sport equipment rentals, including double kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, snorkel sets and boogie boards. Equipment comes in all sizes.
Adventures on the island
Purdy’s Natural Macadamia Nut Farm is fully operational and gives visitors the chance to sample fresh-from-the-shell or roasted nuts. Do not leave without trying the divine macadamia blossom honey.
At the Molokai Fish and Dive Center, guests can go on reef snorkeling trips, guided SCUBA diving trips, and sport fishing excursions. Exciting whale watching trips are also on offer.
The Halawa Cultural Hike leads you on a tour of the Halawa Valley, taking in lush mountain scenery, cascading waterfalls, and historical and cultural sights. Hear fascinating stories about the island from locals, and enjoy a refreshing swim along the way.
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