2023 Molokai Holokai Ho’olaule’a

July 14 -15
Entries are live for all parts of the Ho’olaule’a.
Sign up for the different events and volunteer positions.

2023 Molokai Holokai Ho’olaule’a

 July 14/15 2023 SUP, FOIL, OC1, OC2, PRONE, SKI, WING FOIL, WINDSURF, LIMITED KITES BY INVITEE, LIMITED OC6 BY INVITEE ONLY- We will also have a global virtual event for those that cannot make it.- We have caps on each division so please sign up early. Entries ARE NOW LIVE

The Molokai Holokai Ho’olaule’a began in 2003 as Na Opio Hana Pa’a, a Celebration of Youth Opportunities. It involved a Maui to Molokai Challenge to bring ocean enthusiasts to Molokai. The event included community events and culminated in music and festivities at Malama Park. Over the years, the event evolved and adapted to community needs. However, Malama Park faced challenges and became unavailable. The hope is to bring Malama Park back as a venue for the event in the future.

Mission Statement

“Empower, Equip, Educate, Challenge and Motivate Youth through activities that engage and develop their mental, emotional, creative and physical skills on the land and in the ocean.”

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Volunteer Today

Volunteers receive a free t-shirt and a hat for participating.

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Global Race

We are also doing a global virtual race on the same day. If you cannot make it to Molokai then do our Global Challenge and hope to see you in person at a future race.

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Thank You To Our Partners

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Maui to Molokai Challenge 27 miles from DT Fleming to Kaunakakai Harbor
The Molokai Holokai Ho’olaule’a is a 2-day festival on the island of Molokai hosted by Youth in Motion and the Stand Up Paddle Association of Molokai.