- Our list of the best things to do in Kaunakakai, Hawaii, features the top 81 nearby activities — including 52 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Kaunakakai, HI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Tours, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Kaunakakai, HI , followed by 60 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lanai City, Lahaina, Kapalua, Ka'anapali, Kalaupapa, Maalaea, Makawao, Hoolehua, Kualapuu, Maunaloa, Wailuku, Kahului and Honokowai
One of Kaunakakai's most popular attractions, the Pali Coast is often described as a living postcard. Its pristine white beaches, sapphire-blue water, verdant forests and welcoming residents give tourists a true taste of island paradise.
Located on Hawaii's Molokai Island, the Molokai Fish & Diver Center offers everything clients need to experience the full majesty of Hawaiian aquatic environments. The Center offers kayak rental, snorkeling trips, SCUBA diving, whale watching and sport fishing charters.
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Molokai Outdoors - Downwind Kayak Adventures is a family-based adventure tourism company on Molokai Island. Services available from Molokai Outdoors include deep-sea fishing, hiking, SCUBA diving, coastal kayaking and paddleboarding. Single and double kayak rentals are also available.
One of three Catholic parishes on Molokai, St. Joseph's Catholic Church is a small, charming white clapboard church. It has a thin, towering steeple and contrasts beautifully with its verdant surroundings. St. Joseph's only offers services on weekdays.
Ocean lovers can enjoy snorkeling, whale watching, or fishing for their dinner with Molokai Ocean Tours. Guests will be treated to stories of life on Molokai as they relax in comfortable, uncrowded catamarans while sailing to their tour destinations.
Led by Captain Clayton Ching, Hallelujah Hou Fishing is a charter fishing service that leads trips for visitors and families as well as for experienced anglers and locals. The company leads fly fishing and light tackle deep sea fishing services.
Officially called Kaunakakai Harbor, Molokai Harbor sits on the southern face of Molokai Island. It is open to recreational and commercial traffic, and features the longest wharf in Hawaii. Swimming is permitted on the extreme western end of the harbor.