Halewa

On the east end of the island of Molokai is a place where a fresh water river winds its way directly into the Pacific Ocean. Just a few miles upstream is a massive waterfall that's visible from a great distance. This island has an unspoiled feel to it, and especially the far corners of it. There are no major resorts on Molokai. It's nice to see at least one of the larger Hawaiian islands maintains some semblance of the place it once was.