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We were staying at the beach on the far west end of the island and Halawa Valley is at the Far East end. It’s narrow, windy, roads but oh so worth it!! We saw the falls from the road but didn’t pay to walk to...More
Getting there the road becomes a little treacherous, with a single, narrow lane, that has plenty of sharp curves. If you are riding down there along the outside of the cliff, don't pull your car over to let another pass. Let the other car, on...More
The "Road to Halawa" is gorgeous and not nearly as harrowing as the Road to Hana. The ride along the southern shore of Molokai is breathtaking. There are places to pull off and take in the beauty. There are also several beaches along the way...More
This is a nice drive, it takes a while to get to the end but very scenic. some great beaches to visit on the way. Some of the locals may seem to give you a little stink eye at the bottom. Just be respectful.
If you are visiting Molokai then you have already decided to visit the side of Hawaii that most tourists never see, Hawaii as it used to be. Molokai is truly the “island that time forgot”. You will find no stop lights or movie theaters on...More
This is one of the most beautiful, peaceful places I've ever been to. The drive to the beaches has breath-taking views of green mountains, waterfalls, beaches, and the ocean. I even saw some whales spouting from the shore. The beaches at the end of the...More
This valley is at the eastern end of Molokai. What made it really interesting (besides the narrow, winding road) was that it was the birthplace of our guide. Obviously, his stories enhanced our village. It's a little effort to get there, but it is a...More
Like the rest of Molokai, the Halawa Valley is pretty secluded and private. The road to get here is pretty quiet and not for anyone who is prone to carsickness. Nice black sand beach and some decent surfing here. You need to have permission to...More
My impression from our greeter and out guide is that they are VERY proud of their heritage and culture. They seemed quite happy to share it with us and answer any questions that we had. However, I did get the sense that not... More
My impression from our greeter and out guide is that they are VERY proud of their heritage and culture. They seemed quite happy to share it with us and answer any questions that we had. However, I did get the sense that not all of the guides and groups that offer this hike have the same feeling or knowledge. Our greeter was likely the one you mention as we did walk to their house & observe a greeting ceremony with our guide, the greeter and his father. As we hiked, our guide was great and answered ALL the questions my 14 year old, very inquisitive son could ask. It was great, but may depend on who you get. We booked our hike through the shop in town, but search Halawa valley Molokai