There are very limited activities for kids on Molokai. We went once when our child was 4 then again this year when she was 6. We ran out of things to do. There are no hotels in Molokai with safe swimming beaches. Hotel Molokai where we stayed has a pool next to bar so it is not a place to take the kids. The number one activity in Molokai is the trip to Kalaupapa but you must be 16 to go there. You must be 10 to rent horses at the ranch. The west side of Molokai is creepy with all the abandoned properties and I didn't feel comfortable having my child there except in the Wind Factory which she loved. We went on a kayak trip, flew kites, went to Macadamia farm (closed this trip for Christmas) and went on the wagon ride on the coffee plantation. We only went to Molokai because we are members of Travel Advantage Network (TAN) which owns the Hotel Molokai otherwise I would not have made a point of going there with a young child when the other islands have so much more for young children to do.