This is a must see! The road is narrow and you have to go slowly, but it is well worth it! The cliffs, the ocean, the trees, the sand...the natural beauty is amazing! Take lots of pictures and enjoy!
About Halawa Valley
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Unfortunately, an owner or designee collects $60 per person each morning at 9 am to take you on a guided tour of this amazingly beautiful waterfall. There are so many waterfalls in Maui that we saw for free, we decided not to spend $120 to...More
Halawa is a gorgeous valley at the end of a beautiful drive, but isn't for the faint of heart. The drive is on a long windy road that in many places is not wide enough for two cars to pass each other going opposite directions....More
We drove here in the middle of the day, it takes about maybe 30 minutes going down, you must be very careful driving this road since it is only a one way road, meaning you have to share it with other drivers, (yield to them)...More
It was late in the day when we made the drive to HV plus it had been raining pretty heavily so we opted to stop at the end of the road and enjoy the surf and the views. As others have noted, the road narrows...More
We had a great day out and a swim taking a guided tour and hike up the valley. The walk is not too challenging almost any level of fitness could tackle it. The last part, at the waterhole does require some climbing on boulders. A...More
The drive here is half the fun, on a winding one lane highway, with spectacular vistas, to one end of Molokai. Just go slow and you'll be fine. At the end you can take a tour (should be booked ahead of time) with Greg Solotorio...More
It's worth the long drive to the east end. There is a county park at the beach. Tours/hikes are offered by Uncle Philippines.
Get a tour with the locals who are descendants of the original family that continues to live here. It is so interesting and fascinating to learn the history of the place as well as the culture. The tour guide is incredibly knowledgeable...he's lived here his...More
You can feel the presence of Hawaiian royalty..... Truly a breathtaking view. The road is scary ( narrow ) but definitely worth the harrowing experience. I can't say enough about the love I have for Molokai and the wonderful people we met! If you want...More