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Molokai Outdoors

Molokai Outdoors is an adventure company on Molokai that will provide you with Van tours of the island or Kayak tours off Molokai's incredible coastlines. The Van tours can arrange for pick-up at the harbor or airport or at your hotel, and they will take you to all the major points of interest on the topside of Molokai. The Kayak tours are for moderate or advanced kayakers, and take you along Molokai's reef coast on its south side. These tours will be about six miles in length, and will take you past many of the fish ponds that were created by the Hawaiians in the olden days.

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Your tour starts east, taking in the whole island for you to experience the quality of what Molokai has to offer. The main stops on the tour include Halawa Valley Lookout point, a newly restored fishpond, St Joseph one of Father Damien's Churches, Kalaupapa Lookout, the Phallic Rock, Coffees of Hawaii, Purdy's Macadamia Nut Farm, and the West End of Molokai.

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Kayak or stand up paddle board 5 - 8 miles of Molokai's reef as the trades gently blow you from Kamalo Harbor to Hotel Moloka'i. Experience an artist's dream as you see the multitude of colors that the ocean has to offer.

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Kayaking tours are some of the most marine intensive excursions that are offered on Maui. These Maui activities are usually two to three hours in length but can be longer.

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Maui land tours include tours to Haleakala Crater and to the Iao Valley. We even have land tours that travel one way visiting Hana and then return back to central Maui via helicopter.

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Of the three islands that make up Maui County, Molokai stands out as having the closest link to old Hawaii. In many ways, landing on Molokai today is similar to arriving on Maui 25 or 30 years ago.

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