Hawaii Travel Guide eBooks
With the Family: Hawaii (3d edition),
by Julie Applebaum. If you're taking the kids to the
Aloha State, this is the book for you. From Kakaako Waterfront
Park to Hana Cultural Center to Smith's Tropical Paradise,
you'll find something to satisfy every whim. This guide
divides the state into 6 geographic regions, each with
accommodations and eateries listed by city/town. Written by a
parent, for parents.
by Fodor’s. The
coverage is selective and includes choices for all budgets - the
best things to see and do, and the top places to stay and eat.
The advice is priceless - from travel experts who live in the
place you're visiting.
Hawaii's Parklands, by
Marnie Hagmann. Thirty-six
of Hawaii's state parks, national historical parks, and state
recreation areas on the six main islands and beyond are
featured in this book. Detailed travel information (location,
activities, facilities, fee, camping, etc.) is combined with
extensive natural histories of flora, fauna, the active
geology and cultural history of the state.
Driving: Hawaii, by
Richard McMahon. Complete
with 18 drives on six of the seven inhabited islands through
tropical rain forests, arid deserts, alpine mountains
(including ski slopes), and the world's only drive-in active
volcano, this ebook provides comprehensive trip planning
information, camping information, travel services, historical
points of interest and a glossary of Hawaiian words. Detailed
maps and photos complement the drive descriptions and will
start you yearning for the open road, Hawaii style.
Off the Beaten Path (4th edition),
by Sean Pager. For travelers looking to avoid the
crowd, this guide will help you discover the unique
"must-see" attractions of the Aloha State. Go beyond
the usual tourist attractions to discover such hidden
treasures as Lliau Nature Trail, Kaneana Cave or Volcano Arts
Center. Whatever you do when you get to Hawaii, get off the
interstate and take this book with you!
Walker's Guide (2nd edition),
by Rodney Smith. A practical guide to the most scenic
walks on the major Hawaiian islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai,
Hawaii, Kauai and Oahu. Walks range from easy strolls of a few
hours to multi-day excursions where blankets and sleeping backs
are de rigeur. Descriptive text gives you a feel for the area,
whether it's downtown Honolulu or the lush green slopes of Iao
Needle on Kauai. Each hike is graded for its difficulty from
"family" to "strenuous," although most are
suitable for the everyone.
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