Fodor's Hawaii 2012
Intelligent Planning: Discover all of the essential, up-to-date travel insights you expect in a Fodor’s guide, including Fodor’s Choice dining and lodging, top experiences and attractions, and detailed planning advice.
Added bonus: At the end of each Fodor’s hotel review, we’ve included snippets from TripAdvisor reviews. Plan your trip with the extra peace of mind that comes from knowing each of Fodor’s expert selections is reinforced by consumer experience and feedback.
Easy Navigation for E-Readers: Whether you’re reading this ebook from start to finish or jumping from chapter to chapter as you develop your itinerary, Fodor’s makes it easy to find the information you need with a single touch. In addition to a traditional main table of contents for the ebook, each chapter opens with its own table of contents, making it easy to browse.
Full-Color Photos and Maps: It’s hard not to fall in love with Hawaii as you flip through a vivid full-color photo album. Explore the layout of city centers and popular neighborhoods with easy-to-read full-color maps. Plus get an overview of Hawaiian geography with the convenient atlas at the end of the ebook.
What’s Covered? Get to Know Hawaii: The island of Oahu is a great big luau with Honolulu and Waikiki, hot restaurants, and lively nightlife. Don’t forget gorgeous white sand beaches, knife-edged mountain ranges, and cultural sites including Pearl Harbor.
The phrase Maui no ka ‘oi means “Maui is the best, the most, the tops.” There’s good reason for the superlatives. It’s the most diversified Hawaiian island, perfect for families with divergent interests.
The Big Island of Hawaii has two faces, watched over by snowcapped Mauna Kea and steaming Mauna Loa. The Kona side has parched, lava-strewn lowlands, and eastern Hilo is characterized by lush flower farms and waterfalls.
Kauaii is the “Garden Isle” where you’ll find the lush, greenfolding sea cliffs of Napali Coast, the colorful and awesome Waimea Canyon, and more beaches per mile of coastline than any other Hawaiian island.
Molokai is the least changed, most laid back of the Islands. Come here to experience riding a mule down a cliff to Kalapapa Peninsula, the Kamakou Preserve (2,744-acre wildlife refuge), and plenty of peace and quiet.
For years, there was nothing on Lana’i except for pineapples and red-dirt roads. Today it attracts the well-heeled in search of privacy, with a few upscale resorts, archery and shooting, four-wheel-drive excursions, and superb scuba diving.
Note: This ebook edition is adapted from Fodor’s Hawaii 2012, but differs in some content. Additionally, the ebook edition includes photographs and maps that will appear on black-and-white devices but are optimized for devices that support full-color images.
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Get inspired and plan your next trip with Fodor's ebook travel guide to Hawai'i (including O'ahu, Maui, the Big Island of Hawai'i, Kaua'i, Moloka'i, and Lāna'i).
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