Kuleana Work Center


Pruet runs a flower farm, offers waterfall hikes and makes a mean smoothie from fruit he gathers at this lush spread of land. You can self-tour his colorful gardens or make arrangements in advance for a waterfall hike. Walk the dirt road in from the church, continuing straight for about 100ft until you reach the gate. Go around the gate and continue another 100ft; the farm will be off to the right.

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1. Halawa Beach Park

0.18 MILES

Where the road ends at the east of the island you'll find gorgeous Halawa Beach, clasped by verdant tropical hills. It was a favored surfing spot for…

2. Mo'oula & Hipuapua Falls

1.52 MILES

Cascading down the back of the lush Halawa Valley are the mesmerizing twin 250ft Mo'oula and Hipuapua Falls, hidden in a rich valley and reached by a two…

3. Rock Point

3.23 MILES

The pointy clutch of rocks sticking out as the road swings left before the 21-mile marker is, appropriately enough, called Rock Point. This popular surf…

4. Kahinapohaku Fishpond

3.63 MILES

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5. Twenty Mile Beach

3.66 MILES

This spot is well protected by a reef, and the curve of fine sand fronts a large lagoon that's great for snorkeling. Near shore there are rocks and the…

7. ʻIliʻiliʻopae Heiau

7.47 MILES

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8. Molokaʻi Forest Reserve


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