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Molokai Shores # 205

This condo is ocean front at the Molokai Shores Resort, which is centrally located on Molokai's south shore. From our lanai (balcony) you look across Kalohi Channel directly at the Island of Lanai. As you look to the left of Lanai you see the historic Kalokoeki fishpond. This is one of the Royal fishponds, built in the 13th century, and now restored.

Molokai Shores is the resort closest to the Molokai's biggest town, Kaunakakai, just over a mile away. This is the most convenient place stay whether you just want to spend time by the pool or participate in all the activities that make Molokai such a great vacation.

This is a one bedroom ocean front unit with an oceanside pool, putting green, outdoor shuffleboard, gas and charcoal Bar-B-Q's.

Molokai Shores # 221

This one bedroom unit at the Molokai Shores Resort is just a building away from Unit 205. This makes it a great choice for multi family trips when a second unit is needed or as an alternate when 205 is unavailable. The unit provides an ocean view from our lanai (balcony) and overlooks the pool.

We are sure you will enjoy your stay at Molokai Shores with all of the amenities it has to offer and its convenient location, it is the perfect vacation destination.

Ke Nani Kai # 208

Our unit at Ke Nani Kai resort is on the top floor of a 2-story building situated on acres of rolling lawns. The garden-style design of the resort gives privacy to each unit. There is avery large lanai (balcony) with views looking to the longest white sand beach in Hawaii.

Within walking distance are three of Hawaii's most beatiful beaches. But more than this, the resort has a huge free form pool, (the best on the island), a heated whirlpool spa, two regulation tennis courts and barbecue areas.

Ke Nani Kai is located on the rural relaxed West end of Molokai.

Early morning walks along the beach are a great way to begin your day on Molokai. Stop during your walk and watch the whales or look out over the channel to see Diamond Head on Oahu. During your evening walks you can enjoy some of Hawaii's most beautiful sunsets.