Walk On The Wild Side At This Epic Nature Preserve In Hawaii

The fifth largest Hawaiian Island – measuring in at just 260 square miles – located east of Oahu and north of Lanai, Molokai is as remote as it gets. The island was even named one of National Geographic’s most wild and beautiful places in the world. This small island is reminiscent of all things “Old Hawaii,” and is known for its culturally significant historic sites, the world’s tallest sea cliffs, cascading waterfalls, more than 100 miles of stunning shoreline, and beaches that stretch on for miles. What it is not known for, however, is the breathtaking Mo’omomi Preserve, an incredible natural oasis that should be added to everyone’s Hawaiian bucket list.

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While on the enchanting island of Molokai, be sure to visit Papohaku Beach, one of the longest beaches found in Hawaii.