Pilipo Solatorio illuminates native history and beliefs on the hikes he leads into lush Halawa Valley.
High waterfalls plunge down volcanic cliffs into Halawa Valley.
The west end boasts one of Hawaii's largest beaches, Papohoku―three miles long, 100 yards wide, and often deserted.
Catch of the Day
A Molokai Boy shows off his catch.
Snorkeling is easy in the calm, limpid waters inside the south shore's long barrier reef.
Mountains loom over Halawa Bay, where scenic Highway 450 ends.
On the north shore, the world's highest sea cliffs soar up to 3,900 feet.