A holiday rental home in Molokai will put you close to many fun activities and interesting attractions. Your home might even be just steps from the beach. Your home will provide a comfortable place to return after days filled with adventure. Soon you will feel like Molokai is your second home.
Most people who come to Molokai do so, at least in part, to take advantage of the gorgeous weather and lovely beaches. Swimming, surfing, diving and fishing are just some of the options. When you are ready to explore, there are many ways to do so. You can join a walking or bus tour or, for a more unique experience, consider a helicopter tour or even a mule tour. Cycling, golf and hiking are other activities that are popular in and near Molokai. Kalaupapa National Historic Park features the tallest sea cliffs in the entire world. The sheer beauty of these cliffs is well worth a visit. Chartered fishing expeditions are available as are boat rentals. Surfing and diving lessons are offered by qualified instructors which makes your holiday to Molokai is a perfect time to try a new activity.
There is much to see whilst on holiday to Molokai. The Big Wind Kite Factory boasts beautiful handmade kites and windsocks. Numerous art galleries dot the area featuring works from several local artists. Island hopping is a fun way to spend some of your time. You can visit the other Hawaiian Islands and see all of the sites that are unique to each. This may include gorgeous botanical gardens, volcano excursions or a visit to an important historic site, such as Pearl Harbour.
No matter when you visit Molokai you will find warm, pleasant, sunny weather. During the winter, the average low temperatures are between 16° and 18° C and the average highs are between 24° and 26° C. During the spring, the average low temperatures are between 17° and 18° C and the highs are between 26° and 27° C. During the summer, the average lows are 18° to 19° C and average highs are 28° to 29° C. From May to August you can expect between 11 and 16 mm of rain per month. For the rest of the year, there is between 35 and 62 mm of rain per month.