Molokai is a small island near the islands of Maui and Lanai. It is mountainous in part and has ocean fish ponds. These ponds are made to catch fish during high tide. When the tide goes out the fish are trapped in the ocean ponds about 8 to 10 feet in diameter. This makes the fish easy to catch.
Molokai also has a 443 foot high mountain. These mountains divide Molokai into parts. On the Kaula papa part offers
a guided 'Ride a Mule' down the Kalaupapa Sea Cliffs and visit the sugar mill in Kala'e. This old cane sugar mill is being repaired for future production of cane sugar.
Today, Molokai is home to over 8,000 inhabitants. Around 40% of these people have Hawaiian blood making it the "Most Hawaiian" Island in the chain.