VACATION INFORMATION – Getting To & Around Molokai
Getting to Molokai can be a challenge, but well worth the effort. There are no direct flights from anywhere outside Hawaii, so you’ll have to connect in either Honolulu or Maui.
Start your Hawaii adventure by flying from the mainland US with Hawaiian Airlines. This local carrier often has the best through fares to Molokai from the West Coast and their gates at the Honolulu and Maui airports are the closest to the commuter terminal where you’ll catch other airlines’ connecting flights to Molokai.
|Hawaiian Airlines – All Islands||800.367.5320|
|Mokulele Airlines – All Islands||808.495.4188|
|Makani Kai Air – Kalaupapa & Oahu||808.834.1111|
HNL – Honolulu
OGG – Kahului, Maui
MKK – Molokai – You’ll sometimes see our airport listed as Ho’olehua, which is its physical location. You’ll find more connecting flights through Honolulu than Maui, but either one will work.
Lahaina, Maui Ferry
Service Terminated 10/27/2016
If you’re visiting Maui and want to come to Molokai for a day or several, you can get here from Lahaina on the Molokai Ferry.
Since there is no public transportation on Molokai, you will need a rental car or a taxi to see all the beautiful sights on our island. Taxi service is available from two companies.
Hele Mai Taxi – 808.336.0967 Provides reliable, island-wide service with plenty of Aloha. They also offer exclusive, private island tours.
Midnight Taxi – 808.658.1410
Molokai Car Rental – 808.336.0670 is locally owned and operated. They provide pick up and drop off service.
At the airport you will find Alamo Car Rental