The Hawaii real estate on the island of Molokai is absolutely pristine with the added benefit of extreme privacy. Kaunakakai is the largest town on the island of Molokaʻi. The population was 3,425 at the 2010 census. It is "twinned" with Embo in Scotland. People from Molokai consider the island of Maui a “big city”! Molokaʻi is split into two main geographical areas. The low western half is drier with almost perfect weather year round. With stunning coastal views of neighboring islands, the sunsets are absolutely one of a kind. One of the few natural areas remaining almost intact are the coastal dunes of Moʻomomi, which are part of a Nature Conservancy preserve.
The eastern half of the island is a high plateau rising up to an elevation of 4,900 ft on Kamakou peak and includes the 2,774 acres Molokai Forest Reserve. The eastern half is covered with lush wet forests that get over 300 in (7,600 mm) of rain per year. Both sides offer incredible Hawaii luxury real estate, both in the form of beach front and ocean view properties and Hawaiian farm and ranch. Molokai is also a best kept secret for incredible Axis Deer and wild boar hunting. With access to community owned hunting preserves. You can own a single home on a lot, yet have access to literally thousands of acres of prime hunting. One of the few places on earth you can bow hunt for deer or hogs in the morning, surf in the afternoon and finish strong with some ocean fishing in the evening. Moloakai is known as the friendly island..so if you have not visited yet, be sure to put it on your bucket list of places to experience.
By Hawaii's Best Real Estate Eric West