Six major islands. One indispensable guide. A friend has gone before you and tells it like it is in the conversational guide to Hawaii. Veteran travel writer and photographer Kim Grant cuts through the tourist brochure clutter to help you maximize your precious time and money. Utterly reliable and comprehensive, she gives completely updated listings of resorts, condos, vacation cottages, and campgrounds, and hundreds of dining recommendations, from plate lunches and local grinds to seared ahi and Kona lobster at haute eateries. But Grant steers you where other guides don't. As a part-time resident, she guides you to waterfalls and volcanoes; takes you snorkeling and golfing; finds authentic luaus; illuminates the nuances of hula; and unearths fine contemporary craftsmen and Hawaiiana collectibles. She also includes musts for first-time visitors, ideas for repeat visitors, building blocks for perfect days, and much more. Other guide features include: ac Suggested itineraries for varying lengths of stays and purposeful getaways ac Sidebars on the Hawaiian language and Hawaii regional cuisine ac Calendar guides to annual events and celebrations ac An alphabetical aWhat's Wherea guide for trip planning ac Handy icons point out best values, amust dos, a family-friendly activities, and rainy-day activities Explorer's Guide Hawaii: reliable insider's recommendations for the best of the best lodging, dining, and activities, complete with specialized itineraries, qmust-seeq lists and helpful advice for first-time visitors.Adventure Lanaa#39;i Ecocenter (808-565-7373; adventurelanai.com), which rents Jeep Wranglers for $139a159 daily, will ... If youa#39;re heading to The Lodge at Koa#39; ele and you are a party of four or more, this service is cheaper ($95 for one to six anbsp;...
|Title||:||Explorer's Guide Hawaii (Explorer's Complete)|
|Publisher||:||The Countryman Press - 2008-12-01|