Moloka‘i, Hawaii, USA

Moloka‘i, Hawaii, USA

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Where to stay around Moloka‘i, US?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 184 vacation rentals near Moloka‘i. From 145 condos to 0 , find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Moloka‘i for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Outdoor adventures in beautiful Moloka'i

Underdeveloped, with a delightfully-sleepy vibe, Moloka'i is the 5th-largest in the Hawaiian island chain. While travelers flock to lively Honolulu and Maui, Moloka'i offers a different pace of life, with Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove and some of the tallest sea cliffs in the world among its many natural attractions. Outdoor adventure comes easy in this wonderfully-scenic spot, with Moloka'i vacation rentals placing you right on the doorstep of all that the "Friendly Island" has to offer.

Hula dancing in Moloka'i

Legend has it that this laidback spot is the birthplace of hula, so there's no better place to learn some new moves, particularly in January and May, when the island hosts Ka Moloka'i Makahiki and Moloka'i Ka Hula Piko. It's not just dancing on offer here, though, and both festivals serve up local crafts and tempting food, alongside traditional hula performances. During the summer and winter months, trips to see humpback whales in the waters around the island are readily available, while all year round, visitors have the option to post a personally-decorated coconut back to the mainland.

Unique attractions await in Moloka'i

Though natural attractions come thick and fast in Moloka'i, one of the island's most fascinating destinations, the leper colony of Kalaupapa, is entirely manmade. Now a National Historic Park, this isolated peninsula on the island's north shore is accessible only on foot, by plane or by mule ride through the tropical forest. Easier to get to is the sacred Halawa Valley, the site of one of Hawaii's earliest settlements, as well as the double-tiered Moaula Falls. Things to look out for on your way to the valley include the ancient Hawaiian fishponds and Kaluaaha, the island's 1st Christian church.

Moloka'i is a year-round destination

Kicking back in your Moloka'i vacation rental is always on the agenda thanks to a pleasant year-round climate. There's not a whole lot to differentiate between spring, summer and fall, with daytime temperatures reaching 85 and evenings falling only around 10 to 15 degrees lower. Nights are a little cooler in the months of December through March, and the chance of a rainy day is higher, so winter can be a good time for budget-conscious travelers to look out for the best deals on the island's vacation homes.

Get back to nature in Moloka'i

Natural appeal graces every inch of the island, so your Moloka'i vacation rental is bound to be close to a picturesque spot. Those up for an adventure can kayak along the Pali Coast, though if you're traveling with kids, heading to Kumimi Beach for calm waters and octopus spotting can be equally rewarding. Snorkeling and scuba diving rarely get any better than that found along the 28-mile Moloka'i Reef, while those travelers keen to explore on 4 wheels will find that more than 40 miles of trails include jeep routes through the lush Moloka'i Forest Reserve.