Wild beaches are everywhere in Hawaii. You just have to know where they are, so many are hidden. Trailblazer Travel Books has directions to them all….organized geographically so when you’re driving in the… Continue reading
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Hawaiians call it ilio-holo-ikauaua (ee-lee-o holo ee ka ooa-ooa) meaning ‘dog that runs in the sea. Monk seals are not found anywhere else in the world. They are one of the most endangered… Continue reading
Most people think exploring Kauai’s roadless Napali (The Cliffs) coast means driving to the end of the road on the north shore and embarking on the 11-mile odyssey that is the Kalalau Valley… Continue reading
Never pay full price for fabulous. Money saving tips when booking an accommodation in Hawaii: 1. Travel during non-peak seasons, which are Fall and Spring (after Spring break). 2. Book 6 to 8… Continue reading
Close to metro Honolulu and a destination for “adventure tour” buses, Manoa Falls is not a wilderness experience. Parking is five bucks. But get over it and you will enjoy this jaunt (1.5… Continue reading
With its obscure roads and enormous size–nearly twice that of the rest of the Hawaiian Islands combined–the Big Island presents a challenge to adventure travelers who have limited time. The Hawaii The Big… Continue reading