Aloha from the laidback Hawaiian Island of Moloka’i!

Aloha from the chilled out Hawaiian Island of Moloka’i!

We’re enjoying a quiet Easter Sunday morning on the lanai of our apartment at Wavecrest Resort, located on the south shore of eastern Molokai.

The coffee is freshly brewed and the warm Hawaiian sun is brightly shining. Off in the distance, we can see a pair of whales playing, surfacing every few minutes and shooting water out of their blowholes. It’s turning out to be another great day already and it’s only 7:00 AM!

We thought we’d take advantage of this peaceful moment to share some of the photos and stories from our trip so far.

Boarding the short (and small) Island Air flight from Oahu to Molokai

We have arrived!

Sunrise views from our apartment at the Wavecrest Resort

The windy and narrow drive to scenic Halawa Valley on eastern Molokai

The misty and lush Halawa Valley

A golden sandy beach on the drive to Halawa Valley, Maui in the backdrop

Views of Wavecrest Resort from our top floor balcony, surrounded by volcanic mountains

Our wheels for the the trip. A brand new Dodge Dart, courtesy of Alamo Rentals

Nene Crossing Street Sign, Molokai

Road sign on the drive to Halawa Valley

Waterfall, Halawa Valley Hike, Molokai

The prize at the end of our hike through the Halawa Valley

Big Wave Beer, Kona Brewing

Happy hour after our trip to Halawa Valley

Whales, Molokai

Whales! This photo was captured from our apartment (Maui in the backdrop)

Vibrant volcanic mountains on eastern Molokai

Kaunakakai Town, Molokai

The central town of Kaunakakai, an old cowboy town and main harbour

Eerily calm Pacific ocean at high tide. We’ve never seen an ocean so flat and motionless

Sunset views from the pier at Kaunakakai

St Joseph Catholic Church, Molokai

The historical St Joseph Catholic Church, built in 1876 by Saint Damien

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Follow our Molokai adventure on Twitter using the hashtag #seeMolokai and through our tweets at @travelcanucks and @babytraveltips. Or, if you’re more of a Facebook person, check out our Facebook page. We’ll be posting lots of photos throughout our trip.

A big thank you to the the good people at the Maui Visitors & Convention Bureau for hosting us and introducing us to the beautiful island of Molokai!

About Traveling Canucks

Cam and Nicole Wears are newbie parents living in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. A passion for travel and outdoor adventure has taken them to over 70 countries on 6 continents in the past 10 years. Learn more about their story here. Follow them on Instagram and subscribe to their monthly newsletter.