Tourist attractions are not what brings families to the island of Molokai for vacations. Instead, the laidback lifestyle, as well as the soft sandy beaches on Molokai, are what draws people to this Hawaiian Island. However, don’t think your entire family vacation in Molokai must be spent at the beach. There are many other adventures waiting for you in this little piece of paradise. I can help you find the ones that are best for your next family vacation.
The sandy shoreline at One Alii Beach Park might be small, but that doesn’t mean this beach in Molokai isn’t worthy of a visit! You will find this beach in Kaunakakai, which is the largest town on the island of Molokai. Green open spaces surround the soft sand, so there is plenty of room to spread out and enjoy a sunny day. The water is not crystal clear at this beach, so you may or may not want to go in for a swim. If you decide not to, you can always do a little fishing instead. Fishing is one of the most popular activities at this beach destination.
Sandy Beach is one of the best beaches for swimming on the island of Molokai. Swimming and snorkeling are amazing at this beach, thanks to the reef. While a day at this beach is fantastic, your family’s favorite part will be the journey to reach this destination. The road that leads to this beach is full of curves. Plus, is it quite narrow. But the views are worth every challenging minute of the drive!
On the west end of the island of Molokai, you will find Papohaku Beach. This beach on Molokai is three miles long. This is not the best beach for swimming due to the surf. But if your family has some experience bodyboarding, you can catch a few waves during your visit. It is best to not walk around barefoot on this beach. There are pieces of wire and metal in the sand still from World War II. You will also discover thorns from the Kiawe trees in the sand. Those thorns are really sharp and hurt if stepped on.
This park is home to two of Molokai’s best beaches. Those beaches are Kama’alaea Beach and Kawili Beach. As long as the water is calm, these are fabulous beaches for swimming. However, when the surf is strong, dangerous rip currents occur. During the winter months, this is one of the best places to watch surfers out in the ocean.
These are the best beaches on Molokai. Only a couple of the beaches on Molokai have restrooms and drinking water. Therefore, your family must be prepared to take lots of water, or other liquids, with you when you decide to spend any time at most of the beaches in Molokai. Sunscreen is another must at the best beaches in Molokai, because the sun can be very strong, especially during the summer months.
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