There are numerous sugary white sand beaches on the gorgeous island of Moloka'i — whether you enjoy surfing, catching a few rays or exploring some of the island's more rugged terrain, there is a beach to fit your interests! Moloka'i's Papohaku Beach (also known as three mile beach) is one of the nicest and most private beaches on the Hawaiian Islands. Another great beach is Kepuhi Beach (Maunaloa). For a list of all Moloka'i beaches and descriptions, click here!
Take a sport fishing boat out to catch your dinner or join locals in the evening by casting a line from Kaunakakai Wharf, where King Kamehameha V had a summer retreat. Fall and winter are peak fishing seasons at Halawa Beach County Park and there is great fishing along Moloka'i's cliff-edged north shore. For more information about fishing in Hawaii and especially Moloka'i, visit here or here!
Ironwood Hills Golf Club was built in 1938 and for almost 40 years was the only golf course on the island. Filled with hilly terrain, narrow, wooded fairways and small greens, this nine-hole course is entertaining and arduous. For prices and locations of Moloka'i golf courses, click here!