Molokai is really a special place. It's often called the “most Hawaiian” of the islands because it's largely undeveloped for mass tourism and a good percentage of the population remains native Hawaiian. There is a sense of cultural continuity on the island with a strong feeling of history and tradition. The living is casual, and the landscape is beautiful. Molokai lies between the larger islands of Maui (to the south) and Oahu (to the north).