|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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One Bedroom One Bath Garden View Condo with lanai is on the second story. Comfortably sleeps up to 4 guests with a queen size bed and a sofa sleeper. Located on Molokai's West end. Walking distance to white sand beaches. Access to pool, jacuzzi, tennis courts and BBQ's. Full kitchen with washer/dryers in the unit. Ke Nani Kai has Cable TV and High Speed internet in each room. June to September monthly rates of $1000 plus fees.
Ke Nani Kai s located on Molokai's West End and is about a 5 minutes walk to the ocean. Just across the front lawns is Kepuhi Beach. It is great for surfing in the winter months and perfect for swimming/snorkeling in the summer months. Just a short walk over the old golf course is Papohaku Beach, the longest white sand beach in the state of Hawaii. It is very rough in the winter months and not recommended for winter swimming. But it It awesome to watch the waves break in and hunt for shells. In the summer months, it is great for long ocean swims. A short walk to the north brings you to Make Horse Cove with lots of little tide pools for taking a cold tub or catching small fish. If you like to hike, a nice trek can be done from Paniolo Hale to the North Point.
It is about 5 minutes drive to Maunaloa town the only town on the West End where there is a small market open daily to 5PM. 15 minutes is to the airport. 20 minutes takes you to the Cook House restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, the Coffee Plantation, Coffees of Hawaii, which has a coffee bar/cafe and WiFi and a gift shop. Hawaiian clothing can be purchased there or at the other stores in the area.
Kaunakakai Town is about 30 minutes drive. That is where most of the groceries stores, art shops, gift stores, mini markets, restaurants, equipment rentals and the county offices are located. Further along the main road is the East End of Molokai with great little beaches, ancient fish ponds, a small market with takeout foods and a beautiful long water fall at the end of the road. The water fall is a good hour drive. There are many things to see and do on Molokai including mule rides to Kalaupapa, canoe paddling with the local club and snorkeling our unsoiled and uncrowded reefs. If you like to paddle, rent a kayak or stand up board and paddle over our barrier reef. Molokai is about entertaining yourself, although Hotel Molokai has a local talent hula show on a Friday Nights. It is quite entertaining. Come see, Come stay!
Hawaii State Tax ID# GE-204-444-0576-01