#LetHawaiiHappen with the Trailblazers

No worries! Take one of our Trailblazer guides along for an amazing ride through the Hawaiian Islands: Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Lanai, Molokai and the Big Island. They all have something special to offer… Continue reading

Maui’s Makena State Beach: A Big and Little deal

<br /> Makena State Park, south of Kihei-Wailea draws hoards of visitors, without ever managing to seem crowded. There’s plenty of elbow room in the safe near-shore waters, if you don’t mind being… Continue reading

Free-wheelin’ of Oahu’s true-north shore

Jutting to the west of Oahu’s North Shore—home to all the famous surfing beaches—is the Mokuleia Coast, a ten-mile run of undeveloped beaches that faces north and is hemmed in by the Waianae… Continue reading

Maui’s second Hana Highway: Tootling the north coast

Almost all tourists join the conga line of rental cars on the southeast shore of Maui along the twisty Hana Highway. Far fewer challenge the wild north shore on Highway 30 through Kahakuloa… Continue reading

Free “outdoor classes” in Hawaii

You can spend a pile in Hawaii hiring guides to take you places. Or, pick up a Trailblazer guide before your trip and check out all the outdoor tours you can do for… Continue reading

How to meditate in Hawaii

Step One: Go to Hawaii   Step Two: Close mouth Step Three: Open eyes Let Trailblazer Travel Books show you the way.

Want beaches and reasonably priced resorts? Try Maui’s Kihei

Decades ago, southwest Maui was dubbed the “Gold Coast” by real estate copywriters, as a string of condos and resorts sprung up along the shoreline. To be honest, it seemed sort of tacky.… Continue reading

Making the most of 7 Days on Maui

One: Twin Falls Botanical Preserve, at the beginning of the Hana Highway, is on the tourist radar, but you can find places to call your own. There are actually a half-dozen falls with… Continue reading