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.

A large sea stack off the coast of Lanai.

Lana‘i Hiking Trails

Lana’i has plenty of hiking trails and most have something extra to offer such as unique archaeological sights or a bit of island history. The trails tend toward rugged, and there are a few that require planning ahead unless you’re eager for a challenging return trip.

The Hanapepe Swinging Bridge runs between the historic town and the inland side of the Hanapepe River.

Sightseeing in Hanapepe, Kaua‘i

Sights from Hanapepe to the end of the road share two common themes: history and natural wonders. Easily accessible and camera-worthy, Hanapepe Valley and Lookout and Hanapepe Swinging Bridge are two real standouts.