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Recent Molokai reviews

  • Family Vacation

    "This was our second time to Molokai and first time at Hale Papapa. It was a wonderful house for our family which includes 3 teenage daughters. We loved the quiet location and the private pool. Brian and Taylor, the caretakers, maintain the house very well. We would definitely return."
    Guest: Bill C. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 17, 2016
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  • Beautiful unit

    "This area is remote with isolated beaches a place to relax. The unit is superbly appointed and the kitchen is unbelievable...it has EVERYTHING . 2 gorgeous bedrooms and massive lanai with unobstructed views. Grounds are well maintained. On the last day I discovered a whole network of trails behind the property perfect for jogging. Maybe next time. Thanks Chad."
    Guest: Gerard D. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 18, 2016
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  • The Best Little Beach House in Waialua

    "We love Molokai, and without a doubt, Aloha Ho'okipa is the most simpatico property we've stayed at. Is it deluxe? Well, it doesn't have marble countertops or a jetted tub, but if that's what you're after you may be looking at the wrong island entirely. It has machetes and maps, tide tables and well-thumbed cookbooks, and honesty and integrity in every board and beam. Aloha Ho'okipa is exactly the kind of comfortable and homey place that, in another, much more chilled-out life, you'd live yourself. In the morning, you'll pad down to the beach with a mug of coffee to catch the sunrise and see what's washed ashore overnight. Watch the cats investigate the crab burrows and wonder who catches whom. After breakfast, put the kayak in and paddle out to the reef, or strap on masks and fins from the laundry room collection and snorkel about. Spend an idle afternoon on the covered lanai, some hapa haole music playing quietly in the background, looking out at Maui and watching for sea turtles to swim past. Maybe hack open a freshly-fallen coconut and drink the water straight from the shell (or over ice with a few fingers of dark rum and a dash or two of bitters, if that's your thing). And when night's fallen, the poke's all eaten and the dishes put away, crank open all the louvers in the Ocean bedroom, climb into that high, queen-sized captain's bed, and fall asleep to the sound of the crashing surf and the wind in the palm fronds. "Slow Down, this is Molokai!""
    Guest: Abigail L. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 27, 2016
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  • Awesome condo -- even more beautiful than the pictures!!!

    "This was our 9th visit to Hawaii, but our 1st visit to Molokai. We found this island much more secluded and private. We enjoyed how close this condo is to the beach -- walking distance. When you walk there, you can turn right and take trails to the sandy beach for swimming, or turn left and take trails to the more rocky beaches for fishing. There is a lot of exploring to do and a lot of wildlife in the area - deer, turkey, monk seals! This condo is open-aired with a great breeze and the sounds of ocean waves at night and birds chirping in the morning! It is fully stocked with everything you will need for a great vacation! I recommend it for couples for a honeymoon or anniversary, but also for families, as the futon makes out into a bed and there are two long lounge chairs (where our son chose to sleep) out on the screened porch. We will be back! Ken and Frances Menees Krum, TX"
    Guest: Frances Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 28, 2016
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