If you have found the ranch in Molokai you will never have to search another place for your holidays .
Organic grown papayas, best ever apple bananas, ... solar energy and windmill projects on the ranch going on. We had a tropical thunderstorm in july (flossie) what was rather scary for Europeans but Keala looked after everything, cared for us, informed and helped us. Only thing is you really depend on a car ,what was unexpected for us , coming from Switzerland , not having a car at all. One week is definitely not enough to stay on Molokai. And don't forget to "post -a-nut". Thank you all at the ranch.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pu'u O Hoku Ranch is a family-owned biodynamic and organic ranch and farm, rustic retreat center, and vacation getaway on the remote and tranquil east end of Molokai, Hawaii. “Pu'u O Hoku” is true to its Hawaiian name— “Hill of Stars”—surrounded by thousands of acres of protected land, immersed in the transcendent beauty of forest, sky and ocean.Pu'u O Hoku offers several options for accommodations—all of them beautiful buildings built in the 1930s in classic Hawaiian ranch style, furnished with Balinese and Hawaiian wood and textiles, and just a two mile drive to the black-sand beaches of Halawa valley. All of the accommodations feature sweeping views of the tropical landscape, ocean and Maui. Independent travelers and families can choose between our one, two, and four bedroom cottages. For retreats or family/class/group reunions, we offer accomodation that can sleep 22 - 34, with a pool and yoga deck. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Puu o Hoku Ranch Molokai, Hawaii