Ke Nani Kai 113 is a bright and cheery 2 bedroom, 2 bath ocean view condo on Molokai's West End. Main bedroom has a queen bed and second bedroom has two twins. There is a queen size sleeper sofa in the living room. It's a ground floor unit with views of the ocean, beach, and grassy area in front of the lanai. The unit, which has a fully equipped kitchen as well as cable service and wireless internet access, has recently been upgraded. KNK 113 is newly painted with works of local artists displayed throughout. This unit has a 43 inch Smart TV. Near the TV is Alexa ready to play music you request. Just say “Alexa play .....”. As a guest, you have access to KNK’s pool, jacuzzi, tennis courts and BBQs.
Rent Bikes in town from Molokai Bicycle and mention Ke Nani Kai 113 and the shop owner will give you a price break. Ke Nani Kai is a great starting point to ride to all the wonderful beaches on the West End. There are very few cars on the road.
Ke Nani Kai is about a 5 minute walk to the ocean. Kepuhi Beach is a short walk down the road in front. It is great for surfing in the winter and perfect for swimming/snorkeling in the summer. Just a short walk south over the old golf course is Papohaku Beach, the longest white sand beach in the state of Hawaii. It is very rough in the winter and not recommended for swimming during that time, but awesome to watch the waves break in. In the summer, it is great for long ocean swims. A short walk to the north brings you to Make Horse with lots of little tide pools for taking a cold tub or letting the little ones catch little fish. If you like to hike, a nice trek can be done to the North Point.
It is about a 5 minute drive to Maunaloa town, the only town on the West End. It is about a 15 minute drive to the airport. 20 minutes takes you to the Cook House restaurant (with indoor and outdoor seating), the Coffee Plantation, and Coffees of Hawaii (which has a coffee bar/cafe and a gift shop). Kaunakakai Town is about a 30 minute drive. That is where most of the grocery stores, art/gift shops, mini markets, restaurants, equipment rentals and the county offices are located. Further along the main road is the East End of Molokai with great little beaches, ancient fish ponds, and a small market with takeout food. Further east is Halawa Valley, a good 75 minute drive from the West End.
There are many things to see and do on Molokai including taking a mule ride to Kalaupapa and hiking to Moaula Falls. If you like to paddle, rent a kayak or stand up board and paddle over our barrier reef. Molokai is about entertaining yourselves, although Hotel Molokai on a Friday Night is entertaining in and of itself! Come see, Come stay!
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