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The Mokulua Islands also known as The Mokes are two Virgin Islands that serve as bird sanctuaries. I have never kayaked before and neither has Aaron. My sister Anna said we would be ok as first timers. We agreed and no sooner did we check...More
This Island is stunning. We kayak there and the beach is beautiful. There is nothing there it's a virgin Island. There was a baby seal that was too cute too watch and I did the hike to the Queens Bath which was breath taking and...More
We kayaked over to the Mokulua Islands and had a beautiful relaxing time here. It was great to watch the surfers catch a wave. The kayak company we used provided us with snorkeling equipment but you couldn't really see anything. On our way back to...More
My daughter and I kayaked from Lanakei Beach access to the Mokulua Islands. My brother and friend followed us with stand up paddleboards. We lugged along an extra surf board with a small cooler on it and 2 beach chairs. We had a waterproof bag...More
Far from the beautiful scenes of nature we were expecting, our trip to the Mokulua islands was filled with drunken Marines and local kids partying. Besides that, the island was overwhelmed with fellow tourists and our kayaks trying to find a few inches of sand...More
My husband and I kayaked out here. We rented a kayak at a place right near Lanikai Beach (was within walking distance of the beach). We saw sea turtles on the kayak ride to the island. It was amazing! Kayaking here was not difficult. Your...More
My wife and I rented a double kayak and snorkeling equipment and set off. It took 30-40 minutes to get there. The hike around the island is nice. We enjoyed swimming in one of the tidepools. We were able to see some pretty unique fish...More
These islands are spectacular and so fun to go visit. Pack a lunch and bring water! All the reviews said that kayaking out to these islands was somewhat difficult, but me being a person that is "in shape" thought it would be easy. I have...More
The island rewards you with beautiful views after a decent kayak out. A great beach and interesting rock formations. We always pack a lunch and make the trip out here. A great spot to go to for the adventurous.
I wouldn't advise it on your own--maybe as a part of a tour group. A two person kayak can be heavy and tricky to manage. In the best of conditions, you would (probably?) be ok, but it is hard to know. You'll both be tired.