Pu‘u O Hoku Ranch in Molokai.

Sightseeing in East Moloka‘i

Given that eastern Moloka‘i has historically been the population center, there are also a number of visitor sites that are worth your time. A day trip to sightseeing in East Moloka’i is often one of the best ways to spend time on the island. Here are the sites that make the trip worthwhile.

The colorful rocky landscape of Keahiakawelo on Lanai.

Natural and Cultural Sights on Lana‘i

From cultural sights such as ancient petroglyphs and heiau, and an abandoned plantation village, to Hawaii’s last dryland forest and a naturally-occurring moonscape, sightseeing on Lana’i can be a quick browse of each or a leisurely immersion.