During the summer months, when the waters
on the north shore are calm, Molokai offers some of the most spectacular
kayaking in Hawaii. You can paddle from remote valley to remote valley,
spending a week or more exploring the exotic terrain. However, Molokai
is for the experienced kayaker only. You must be adept in paddling through
open ocean swells and rough waves.
Molokai Rentals and Tours,
Kaunakakai (tel. 808/553-5663), has a kayak tour of the south side of
Molokai for $45 adults and $20 children under 16, which includes snorkeling.
They also offer kayak rentals, singles $25 a day ($100 a week) and doubles
$40 a day ($160 a week), which includes life jackets, roof rack, paddles,
Molokai Outdoor Activities,
in the lobby of Hotel Molokai, just outside Kaunakakai (tel. 877/553-4477
or 808/553-4477), has tours of the ancient Hawaii fish ponds and the inshore
reefs for beginners ($45 per person, $25 for children under 16) and coastline
tours for more experienced kayakers ($45). They also rent kayaks: $10
an hour single ($25 a day) and $15 a hour double ($40 a day).
Molokai Ranch offers sea kayak tours, and so does Lani's Kayak Tours
and Rentals tel.(808) 558-8563.
you plan on renting gear or taking a guided tour, visit our
Discounts & Bargains page for
great price reductions and deals.