Molokai, Hawaii | United States

Fifth largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Molokai is the third oldest and widely considered the most Hawaiian island with the most native Hawaiian people per capita.

Once an isolated leper colony, Kalaupapa National Historical Park occupies Molokai’s northern peninsula. Nearby, Palaau State Park boasts a well-known Phallic Rock is said to possess fertility powers.

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