- This activity begins with traditional Hawaiian protocol, followed by a “talk-story” about the history of Halawa Valley. Guests are then guided through our Hawaiian Learning Center, which is based on taro farming and lo`i restoration. We then hike to Mo`oula Waterfall, which is about 1.7 miles each way. Throughout the hike we identify the native plants and ancient archaeological sites that make Halawa unique. At the falls we take some time to swim, eat, and enjoy the scenery before hiking back.
- Hikes are offered Monday through Saturday, and go from approximately 9:30am to 2pm. Please meet your guide at 9:15am at Halawa Pavilion (directions below).
- This is an intermediate level hike (low incline, uneven grade).
*Revenues generated through the hikes help to fund our Hawaiian Learning Center.
Need to bring
- mosquito repellant
- swimwear & towel
- hiking shoes
- Reef-walkers (optional). We cross 1 river, so you can either take your shoes off, or wear reef-walkers or slippers/flip-flops.
- From Molokai’s main town, Kaunakakai: take Kamehameha V Hwy, and drive east all the way until the road ends.
- The drive takes approximately one hour from town. Please meet your guide at 9:15am at Halawa Pavilion.
- Price: $75 for adults, $45 for keiki 6-12yrs (children under 6 not recommended)
- Requirements: at least 2 people (if only 1 person, please call to make arrangements)
- Groups of 10+ please call for more info
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org; 808-567-9202
Refund Policy: Must cancel 24 hours ahead.