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Kauai Trailblazer, 2nd Revised Edition: Where to Hike, Snorkel, Bike, Paddle, Surfby Jerry Sprout and Janine Sprout
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Now on its 2nd Edition, Kauai Trailblazer joins the new Maui Trailblazer to provide the Hawaiian visitor with numerous choices for an active vacation. This all-in-one bestselling guide is intended for the adventure traveler who expects solid and practical information peppered with thrill-seeking fun. Ten volumes of activities packed into one daypack-sized book.
The tropical paradise of Hawaii's Garden Isle attracts over one million vacationers each year. Find out where to go with Kauai Trailblazer, a comprehensive guide to everything the island offers. For family travelers and independent adventurers, this completely revised new edition offers hundreds of top spots to hike, snorkel, kayak, surf, and mountain bike, plus four historic and scenic driving tours. A directory lists restaurants, campgrounds, accommodations, and local outfitters, free hula shows and farmers' markets. You'll also find information about local flora, weather, and a glossary of Hawaiian words and place names. Maps and photos illustrate the text.
The latest edition of the Sprout's top-selling guide is packed with new and updated activities, dozens of fresh photos, and a special Trailblazer Kids section for families headed to Hawaii's "adventure island." Popular among independent and active travelers, Trailblazer guides are known for their user-friendly format, readability, and sharp graphics. You'll find all the all the places to get wet, muddy, and have fun on Kaua'i. Less energetic visitors will appreciate the book's driving tours, which hit the headliners along with the island's out-of-the-way charms. A Resource Links section gives visitor information and cultural contacts, recommended recreational outfitters, museums and attractions, Hawaiiana shops and hula shows, as well as a hand-picked list of restaurants and places to stay.
119 hikes and strolls to mountain ridges, tropical gardens, beaches, jungles, coves, reefs, historic landmarks and ancient ruins, swamps, craters, forests, coastal bluffs, towns, canyons, waterfalls and river valleys.
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