The article focuses on the Hawaiian island of Molokai, which is known to be the least touristy of all the islands in the Hawaiian island chain. Located in the middle of the Hawaiian archipelago, the island is known for its untouched beauty, rugged coastline and pristine beaches. The island is home to a variety of endemic plants, animals and birds, and is filled with cultural attractions, such as the Halawa Valley, which is home to the world’s tallest sea cliffs. Molokai is also home to a number of unique cultural experiences, such as luaus, outrigger canoe races, and local art. With its untouched beauty and unique cultural experiences, Molokai is the perfect destination for those looking for an authentic Hawaiian experience.