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by Sara Benson,Conner Gorry,Amy Balfour,E Clark Carroll,Ned Friary,Glenda Bendure,Luci Yamamoto,Ryan Ver Berkmoes

eBook Lonely Planet Hawaii (Regional Travel Guide) download ISBN: 174179806X
Author: Sara Benson,Conner Gorry,Amy Balfour,E Clark Carroll,Ned Friary,Glenda Bendure,Luci Yamamoto,Ryan Ver Berkmoes
Publisher: Lonely Planet; 10 edition (October 1, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 656
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Category: Traveling
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by Sara Benson (Author), Conner Gorry (Author), Amy Balfour (Author), E Clark Carroll (Author), Ned Friary (Author), Glenda Bendure (Author), Luci Yamamoto (Author), Ryan Ver Berkmoes (Author) & 5 more.

by Sara Benson (Author), Conner Gorry (Author), Amy Balfour (Author), E Clark Carroll (Author), Ned Friary (Author), Glenda Bendure (Author), Luci Yamamoto (Author), Ryan Ver Berkmoes (Author) & 5 more.

Inside Lonely Planet Hawaii Travel Guide: Full-color maps and images throughout. Highlights and itineraries show you the simplest way to tailor your trip to your own personal needs and interests. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travelers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in.

Sara Benson, Conner Gorry, Amy Balfour, E Clark Carroll, Ned Friary, Glenda Bendure, Luci Yamamoto, Ryan Ver Berkmoes.

Lonely Planet Hawaii book. Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher. Lonely Planet Hawaii is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Sip a sunset Mai Tai at a Waikiki beach bar, hike by flower-filled jungles and steaming volcanoes, or strap on flippers to snorkel with stunning sea creatures; all.

Sara Benson, Lonely Planet Writer Our Promise You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we. .Regional Travel Guide.

We never accept freebies for positive coverage, and you can rely on us to tell it like we see it. Inside This Book 8 fun-and-sun loving authors 24 itineraries 179 beaches Miles of hiking trails Inspirational photos Clear, easy-to-use maps Outdoor activities chapter In-depth background Comprehensive planning tools Easy-to-read layout.

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Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other'. New York TimesThis eBook offering is an excerpt of Lonely Planet's latest Hawaii guide book and includes: 'Hawaii Big Island' chapter 'Understanding Hawaii & Survival Guide' chapter 'Need to know' Chapter Hawaii Big Island mapsSunrise rainbows and romping dolphins aside, it's all about the lava here on the Big Island - from palm-fringed black-sand beaches to lava tide pools teeming with.

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“It’s easy to see why Hawaii has become synonymous with paradise. Just look around at the sugary beaches, Technicolor coral reefs and volcanoes ready for adventure.” – Sara Benson, Lonely Planet WriterOur PromiseYou can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every edition. We never accept freebies for positive coverage, and you can rely on us to tell it like we see it.Inside This Book…8 fun-and-sun loving authors24 itineraries179 beachesMiles of hiking trailsInspirational photosClear, easy-to-use mapsOutdoor activities chapterIn-depth backgroundComprehensive planning toolsEasy-to-read layout
Comments: (7)
lifestyle
Lonely Planet's latest guide to the Hawaiian Islands was just published in late 2011. The format has been updated to be more user-friendly, with more color photographs, more maps, and more concise info bites. For those making their first trip to Hawaii, the guide kindly opens with an overview of the islands and a recommended top 25 experiences, just to get the visitor's appetite worked up.

The guide offers lots of need-to-know information and systematic coverage of all the islands, including the small atolls far and away to the northwest of the main islands. Oahu gets especially good coverage as the most popular tourist destination, but much deserved attention is also paid to the charms of Hawaii and Maui. There are descriptions of the best beaches, restaurants, and places to stay, along with recommended/suggested activities such as surfing, diving, and golf, not to mention hiking in the surprising number of remote valleys and mountain ridges in the islands.

Lonely Planet guides are known for being opinionated, and this guide is no exception. The narrative includes recognition of the impact that tourism is having on the Hawaiian Islands, with its burden on resources. It includes a hard-eyed look at the crime problem, especially on Oahu, and on frictions with native Hawaiians over prime beaches, surfing spots, and culturally sacred locations. The imbedded commentary, including the political opinions, will be of interest to some readers, and perhaps off-putting to others. Lonely Planet doesn't do bland, and the its guide to Hawaii is recommended as a planning and touristing resource.
shustrik
Since we were visiting more than one island, I wanted a comprehensive travel guide to help narrow down the selection of which Island to go to while also being detailed enough to serve as the go-to guidebook during the travel itself.
This book was great for both purposes. It has some concise and helpful overviews and highlights for each Island; at the same time, the chapters for each of the islands provide plenty of local information and inside tips. We ended up going to Kauai and Oahu and particular the restaurant suggestions were spot on, whether it was for a hole-in-the-wall place for lunch or a romantic dinner for two.

PS:If you are looking for a guidebook specific to Kauai, the "The Ultimate Kauai Guidebook Kauai Revealed" has extremely detailed tips and info, with many interesting bits of information and anecdotes.
Boyn
Great. Everything that you need to know about Hawaii, places to stay and restos etc. We have been to hawaii 5 times in the last 3 years for about 3 weeks each time and have found this book indispensable and for the most part accurate. Lonely planet has rarely steered us in the wrong direction and this is no exception.
Zugar
I have long been a fan of Lonely Planet books, but the organization of this book seem more to read than to use as a guide. It was excellent to read through, but difficult to find information afterwards. We used a lot of the tips in the book and had a great experience, but often went to other sources to look up things we remembered from the book to get detailed information later.
Xanna
This book offers an easy to use guide to the Islands of Hawaii. I was our bible for our honeymoon. We called it "the book." I always felt like I was in the know when I referenced this travel guide. The maps, highlighted adventures, and secret info really helped make our trip to Oahu, Maui, Big Island, and Kauai an unforgettable vacation. Note: We traveled October 13-30 and the weather was beautiful. Not humid at all (except for the airport) as the book mentions EXTREME HUMIDITY for October. This is NOT true, at least not in 2012.
Cildorais
I really love Lonely planet but their guides are hit or miss. (Thailand and East Africa were awesome, Costa Rica was solid, Argentina was terrible). I used this guide for my recent trip to Maui and Kaua'i and my husband and I both thought we were better off with TripAdvisor. There were few of the helpful 'tidbits' that make lonely planet so great and I was left with the impression that the author spent little if any time on these islands. Some of my specific complaints are as follows:

--Sites and activities that were rated very highly on TripAdvisor and were actually awesome were glossed over or not mentioned at all in this book
--There were no instructions how to get anywhere. Admittedly there are only about 5 roads on these islands but Haleakala is a big place and it would have been nice to know where the entrance to get to the peak is.
--When they list the top attractions at the start of the book they often don't even mention which island they are on
--The organization isn't great
Saithinin
This book gives accurate hotel descriptions, and it has excellent maps. It also has good descriptions/reviews of snorkel companies and luaus. I bought the most recent version of the book, but some of the prices were already outdated--more so for the snorkeling and other types of activities. The hotel price ranges were accurate.
I'm very happy with this guide, as it's helping me a lot to properly plan my upcoming trip to Hawaii with my wife. I'm very fond of the layout of most of Lonely plant guides, and this one is no exception, with very interesting tips and ideas to try during your visit.