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Kauai Trailblazer

Author : Jerry Sprout
ISBN : 0967007216
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 28.93 MB
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Beaches, snorkeling pools, hiking and mountain biking trails, and surfing and kayaking spots. Maps, photographs, and a directory of events.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Kauai Trailblazer Where To Hike Snorkel Bike Paddle Surf

Author : Jerry & Janine Sprout
ISBN : 1793259593
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The NEW 2019, 21st anniversary edition of Kauai Trailblazer is the gold standard for independent, adventurous travelers. Packed with activities, dozens of fresh photos, and a special Trailblazer Kids chapter for families, it makes itinerary planning a breeze. There's something for everyone in Kauai-beautiful beaches and lagoons, mountain and coastal hiking trails, lush rainforests, historic and cultural sites, and the quaint walk-around shopping towns. Trailblazer guidebooks are known for their user-friendly format, readability, and sharp graphics. The books are organized by geographic region, so you can find something nearby, no matter where you happen to be. A "Best Of" section helps short-timers get straight to the action in Hanalei, Kapa'a, Kilauea, Princeville, Lihue, Poipu, Waimea Canyon, Polihale, Hanapepe, the Napali Coast. Best of all, most of the fun places are free to explore on your own time. The guide's full-page maps and plentiful (nearly 200) photos will inspire you to get around. Less energetic visitors will appreciate the book's driving tours, which hit the headliners along with the island's out-of-the-way charms. The authors have spent years exploring Kaua'i, and it shows. 122 hikes and strolls to mountain ridges, botanical gardens, beaches, jungles, coves, reefs, historic landmarks and ancient ruins, swamps, craters, forests, shopping strolls, coastal bluffs and tide pools, canyons, waterfalls and river valleys 70 beaches, including 23 reachable only by trail 44 snorkeling pools, both the island favorites and hidden coves 66 mountain bike rides along forest, coastal, and countryside trails, as well as resort paths 27 kayaking waters, 13 rivers and streams, 14 bays and lagoons 38 surfing spots, including the best places to be a spectator 10 maps and 192 photographs Driving Tours, featuring heiaus, wildlife sanctuaries, cultural and historical sites, tourist attractions and natural wonders Resource Links to recreational outfitters, stables, golf courses, camping, transportation, accommodations, local-style eats and shops Appendices of Hawaiian words, place names, movie locations, hula performances, farmer's markets, weather, flora and history Safety Tips point out the specific hazards for every beach and trail, making sure your vacation is worry free