Hiking the Halawa Valley on Molokai, Hawaii
One of the highlights from our time on Molokai was the hike through Halawa Valley to the cascading Moa’ula Waterfall. We love a good hike that offers a reward at the end, and the Halawa Valley hike does just that.
Sean, our guide and long-time Halawa Valley resident, lead us through the lush (and wet) rain forest, sharing his personal insight into the island’s history, culture and present day challenges. Molokai is a very interesting island with a colourful past – but more on that later.
We always have good intentions to shoot video, but when traveling with Baby B it can be difficult. Because this trip to Hawaii was without baby, we decided to step up our efforts and capture some video footage of the remote hike. We hope you like it!
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Read more from our trip to Molokai:
- Aloha from the laidback Hawaiian Island of Moloka’i!
- The Natural Beauty of Kalaupapa
- Unspoiled coastlines. Untamed wilderness. Our trip to Molokai
Have you visited the Hawaiian Island of Molokai? What did you think?
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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!