Maui - Lana'i & Molokai'i (PDF Chapter)
Among Hawaii’s six main islands, the two with the smallest populations and the fewest visi-tors could not be more different. Lana‘i and Molokaʻi are easily seen from the other across the narrow channel that separates them, but that’s where any similarities stop.
- snorkel the protected reef at Hulopoʻe Beach, Lana‘i's best beach
- browse the shops in Lanaʻi City, then sample the simple cafes, before dozing off in Dole Park
- hike the Munro Trail through Lanaʻi’s small, lush heart, stretching above Lanaʻi City
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Lanaʻi, Lanaʻi City, Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays, Keomuku Road, Moloka‘i, Kaunakakai, East Molokaʻi, Central Molokaʻi, Kalaupapa National His-torical Park, West End.
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