877.553.5347 | 808.660.3408


  1. Hotel Moloka'i

    Paradise awaits
    P.O. Box 1020, 1300 Kamehameha V Highway, Kaunakakai, HI, United States
    877.553.5347 | 808.660.3408
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  2. Moloka'i Pizza Cafe

    15 Kaunakakai Pl, Kaunakakai, HI
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    Enjoy fresh pizza and burgers for lunch or dinner. Mexican Wednesday, Prime rib Saturday & Sunday only. Open 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
  3. Kanemitsu's Bakery & Coffee Shop

    79 Ala Malama Ave, Kaunakakai, HI
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    You can't miss this 80-year-old bakery known for it's fresh baked goods and "hot bread run" served out of its back door at night!
  4. Moloka'i Burger

    20 Kamehameha V Hwy, Kaunakakai, HI
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    Clean, friendly, and fast food! Perfect for families on the go, ready for a day full of excursions and activities.
  5. Kamoi Snack-n-Go

    28 Kamoi St Suite 600, Kaunakakai, HI
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    Try some of the best ice cream on the island! Kamoi Snack-n-Go boasts a lovely atmosphere and friendly service. Try the coconut macadamia nut flavor or mango!
  6. Ironwood Hills Golf Club

    Ironwood Hills Golf Club was built in 1938 and for almost 40 years, it was the only golf course on the island. Filled with hilly terrain, narrow, wooded fairways and small greens, this nine-hole course is entertaining and arduous.
  7. Papohaku Beach Park

    West End Mile 14.9 Kaluakoi Rd, Maunaloa, HI
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    Papohaku Beach (also known as three mile beach) is one of the nicest and most private beaches on the Hawaiian Islands.
  8. Coffees of Hawaii

    1630 Farrington Ave, Kualapuu, HI
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    Our Moloka‘i trees are rooted in the vivid red earth of the central island's upper slopes. Kualapu'u is the traditional name for this area—"sweet potato hill." The sweet potato ('uala) is a staple food of Hawaiian culture, grown just about everywhere that the land was too dry to support taro (kalo). So, the name suggests that this land has been fertile farm country for a long, long time. Anyone who knows Hawaii will tell you that there's something very different, very special about Moloka‘i. Always has been.
  9. U.S. Post Office

    120 Ala Malama Ave, Kaunakakai, HI
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    It's a Moloka'i tradition to send coconut postcards to the folks back home. Stop in at the little Ho'olehua Post Office where the postmaster has a selection of coconuts and marker pens to decorate and address them. Open 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.