Ocean view studio condo sleeps 2. Corner unit with large lanai looks over beautiful grounds and ocean with large palm trees swaying in the background. The unit is clean and comes totally furnished with a well equipped kitchen. Lay comfortably in bed and listen to the waves crashing on the beach at night. The condo has high ceilings and a ceiling fan. The kitchen has a dining table and the lanai also has a dining table to sit on the lanai and watch the sunsets while drinking your favorite beverage.
Nearby are several white sand beaches. Papohaku Beach is famous for being the longest white sand beach in Hawaii. Molokai is considered as the most Hawaiian island, it’s like stepping back in time. No high rises, no stop lights, no fancy shopping, or flashy luaus.
The best way to see the island is with a car.
Driving On Molokai
There is a free bus service from the resort that runs during the week days to Historic Town of Kaunakakai. No bus service on weekends. The bus line is called MEO. There is a small store at the resort.
Maunaloa to Kaunakakai – 17 miles (27km) – 25 minutes
Kepuhi Beach Resort to Kaunakakai – 22 miles (35km) – 35 minutes
Kepuhi Beach Resort to Kalaupapa lookout – 24 miles (38km) – 35 minutes
Kepuhi Beach Resort to Airport – 15 miles (24km) – 20 minutes
Kaunakakai to Wavecrest Resort – 13 miles (21km) – 20 minutes
Kaunakakai to Halawa – 27 miles (43km) – 50 minutes
Kaunakakai to Kalaupapa lookout – 10 miles (16km) – 20 minutes
Kaunakakai to Airport – 8 miles (13km) – 20 minutes
Start your Hawaii adventure by flying from the mainland US with Hawaiian Airlines. This local carrier often has the best through fares to Molokai from the West Coast and their gates at the Honolulu and Maui airports are the closest to the commuter terminal where you’ll catch other airlines’ connecting flights to Molokai.
Hawaiian Airlines – All Islands
Mokulele Airlines – All Islands
Makani Kai Air – Kalaupapa & Oahu