MOLOKA’I the ‘Friendly Isle’ is the least developed and the most ‘Hawaiian’ of all the islands. What it lacks in creature comforts is out weighed by the island’s diverse natural wonders. On Moloka’i you will find the world’s highest sea cliffs, Hawaii’s highest waterfall and longest white-sand beach measuring 3 miles long and 100 yards wide. Moloka’i is home to the Hawaiian state bird, the Nene, sand dunes, coral reefs, rain forests, hidden coves, fish ponds and birth place of the Hula Dance. The Moloka’i Ranch is a working ranch, and invites guests to stay in a luxury 22-room Lodge or in a unique 40-tent (‘tentalows’) platform beach village.