Although the Hawaiian island of Molokai is tiny, it boasts a wealth of attractive features, including beautiful beaches, lush forests, tons of local culture and history and, of course, that quintessential laid-back island lifestyle. Molokai was formed by two volcanoes, known as East Molokai and West Molokai, remains of which are still visible today. The volcanoes left behind some of the island's most recognizable geographical features. Molokai has been able to preserve its pristine beauty and most of its ancient cultural artifacts, including fascinating burial grounds and religious temples.
The island has also been recognized as one of the most sustainable islands in the world, thanks to its unspoiled landscape, environmental preservation efforts and visitor-friendly atmosphere.