Pali Coast Of Molokai

5 stars from 3 reviews
Address , Kaunakakai, HI 96748
Home to some of the tallest sea cliffs in the world. Beautiful to view by airplane.

• General: Photo Opportunity • Hiking: Hiking

Full Description
The Pali Coast extends 14 miles along the north coast of Moloka'i, Kalaupapa is at sea level below the Pali seacliffs. It's majestic and awe inspiring to see both from air and land. Different, but equally as beautiful as Kalalau Trail on Kaua'i.

The hike to Kalaupapa is another way to enjoy the Pali Coast, with a seemingly unending amount of switchbacks and stairs. You can take the Kalaupapa Guided Mule Tour and experience the amazing views in a unique way.

Tom T
Joined: Sep 2013
Reviews: 579
Likes Received: 33
An incredible place to experience and photograph.
Laura W
Joined: Nov 2016
Reviews: 35
Likes Received: 1
Incredible views, amazing to see! The small population of the island and openness truly makes it feel like a lost paradise.
Dawn G
Joined: Mar 2016
Reviews: 26
Likes Received: 0
We flew from Maui to Molokai on Mokulele Airlines, which was cheaper than taking the ferry and it only took about 25 minutes to get there. There was only one other couple in the place beside our family and the pilots asked us if we had ever been to Molokai. No one on the plane had been, so he said he'd fly us along the north coast so we could see the sea cliffs. Seeing the waterfalls come over the sea cliffs and crash into the ocean was awesome. My 16-year-old son turned to me on the flight and said, "If this was all we did on Molokai, it'd be worth the trip." High praise for a not-easily-impressed teenager.
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