NEW: Kauai’s Best Adventure Guidebook

Here it is, hot off the press, our spanking new edition ready for your upcoming trip to the Garden Isle:

This NEW 2015 SIXTH EDITION of our bestselling guide has been completely reivised and updated. It’s packed with new activities, dozens of fresh photos, and a special Trailblazer Kids chapter for families headed to Hawaii’s adventure island.

Trailblazer guides, in print for more than two decades, are popular among independent and active travelers. The books are known for their user-friendly format, readability, and sharp graphics.

You’ll find all the mountain ridges, tropical gardens, beaches, coves and lagoons, jungles, rivers, historic landmarks and cultural sites, coral reefs, ancient ruins, and coastal bluffs-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.

The authors have spent years exploring Kaua’i, and it shows. 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. Safety precautions and traveling tips are not to be overlooked, and a Best Of section lets you select among activities to suit your mood.

122 hikes and strolls to mountain ridges, tropical gardens, beaches, jungles, coves, reefs, historic landmarks and ancient ruins, swamps, craters, forests, coastal bluffs and tide pools, towns, 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 watch.

10 maps and 175 photographs including a four-page color insert.

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, history.

Here’s a link to find it on Amazon.com.  Or buy it directly from the publisher at Trailblazer Travel Books. Barnes and Noble carries it too. Mahalo and happy trails!

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