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Table Of Contents

n Culture
History
n Fauna
n Getting There
By Air
By Cruise Ship
Package Vacations
n Getting Around
Rental Car Companies
Taxi Service/Shuttles
Public Transportation
Tours by Bus
Limousines
n Trip Planning
Activity Centers
Times Zones
When to Go
What to Bring
Getting Married
Flora & Fauna
n Eating & Drinking
Tips on Tipping
Reservations
Fish of Hawaii
Farmers Markets on Maui
Made in Maui
Spas
n Accommodations
Practical Information
Newspapers
Internet
Cell Phones
Television
Radio Stations
FM
AM
Convenience Stores
Beach Safety
Holidays & Local Festivals
Adventure Travel Sources
Kahului
Orientation
Internet Access
Sightseeing
Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary
Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
Kahului Harbor
Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Kanaha Beach Park
Adventures in the Air
Helicopter Tours
Adventures on Foot
Adventures on Water
Kiteboarding
Windsurfing
Kau Kau Corner of the Maui Marketplace
Queen Ka`ahumanu Center
Maui Mall
n Wailuku
Bailey House Museum
Ka`ahumanu Church
Wailuku Public Library
`Iao Theater
Haleki`i-Pihana Heiau State Monument
`Iao Valley
Kepaniwai Park & Heritage Garden
Where to Stay
n Waipaku
Pa`ia
Sugar Cove Beach
Baby Baldwin Beach
H.A. Baldwin Beach Park
Nightlife
n Olowalu
n Lahaina
The Banyan Tree
The Carthaginian II
The Brick Palace
Pioneer Inn
Baldwin Home
Masters’ Reading Room
Hale Pa`aheo
Lahainaluna School
Churches & Temples
Parks
Boating
Snorkeling Tours
Ocean Rafting
Sailing
Submarine Rides
In the Old Lahaina Center
In Lahaina Center
In Lahaina Square
In the Lahaina Cannery Mall
Luaus
n Ka`anapali
Parking
Shopping
Whalers Village
Whalers Village Whale Museum
Hanaka`o`o Beach Park
Pu`u Keka`a (Black Rock)
North Ka`anapali Beach
Beach Walk
Boat Cruises
Jet-Skiing
Parasailing
Scuba
n Honokowai
n Kahana
Napili
Adventures on Horsebook
n Kapalua
Kapalua Bay
Honokahua Burial Site
Kayaking
The Back Side of West Maui
Waihe’e
Kahakuloa Head
Kahakuloa
Bellstone
Nakalele Blowhole
South Maui
n Ma`alaea
Kealia Pond National Wildlife Preserve
Miniature Golf & More
In-line Skating
Canoeing
Rafting
Snorkeling
n Wailea
Where to Eat
n Makena
Keawala`i Church
Maluaka Beach
Oneloa Beach
Little Beach
Molokini
`Ahihi-Kina`u Natural Preserve
La Perouse Bay
Adventures on Land
Horseback Riding
Haleakala & Upcountry
Pukalani
Kula
Art Galleries
Holy Ghost Catholic Church
Adventures in Air
Paragliding
Makawao
Adventures on Horseback
n Haiku
In the Ha`iku Marketplace
Hali`imaile
`Ulupalakua Ranch
Keokea
Haleakala National Park
Biking
ATV Tours
Horseback Rides
Zipline
The Road to Hana
n At A Glance
n Hana
Information
Ho`okipa Beach
Twin Falls
Kaulanapueo Church
Waikamoi Ridge Trail
Puohokamoa Falls
Garden of Eden
Kaumahina State Wayside Park
Honomanu Bay
Ke`anae Arboretum
Ke`anae
Waikani Falls
Ka`eleku Caverns
Kahanu Gardens/Pi`ilanihale Heiau
Wai`anapanapa State Park
Hana Beach County Park
Red Sand Beach
n Adventures in Air
Hang-Gliding
Hiking
Spelunking
Spa Adventures
Tennis
n Adventures on Water
Ocean Kayaking
Surfing
n Where to Eat
Camping
East Maui (Beyond the Road to Hana)
332 n East Maui (Beyond the Road to Hana)
Koki Beach
Hamoa Beach
Wailua Falls
Kipahulu
Lana`i
Contacts
Getting There
Getting Around
n Shopping
Lana`i City
n Sightseeing
Lana`i Jail
Kai Okahi Oka Malamalama Church
Garden of the Gods (Keahikawelo)
Munro Trail
Luahiwa Petroglyph Field
Kaunolu Village
Hulopo`e Beach Park
Shipwreck Beach (Kaiolohi`a Bay)
Lopa
Polihua Beach
Boogie Boarding
Scuba Diving
Sport Fishing
Whale-Watching
Croquet
Golf
On Horseback
Hunting
Sporting Clays
n Where to Stay
Moloka`i
n History
By Airplane
By Ferry
Car Rental
Tours
n Kaunakakai
Church Row
Moloka`i Wharf
Beaches & Parks
One Ali`i Beach Park
Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove/Kiowea Park
Sportfishing
Sport Shooting
Air Shuttle Tours
Helicopter Rides
n Kalaupapa
Mule Ride to Kalaupapa
n Maunaloa
Kaluako`i
Beaches
Papohaku Beach
Kapukahehu Beach (aka Dixie Maru Beach)
Ho`olehua
Pala`au State Park
n The Road to Halawa
Fish Ponds
St Joseph’s Church
Smith & Bronte Landing Site
Our Lady of Seven Sorrows Church
Kalua`aha Church
`Ili`ili`opae Heiau
Halawa Valley/Halawa Bay
Moa`ula Falls & Hipuapua Falls
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Maui Adventure Guide

Maui Adventure Guide

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Published by Hunter Publishing
The print edition, which is 415 pages, can be ordered from http://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Guide-Maui-Guides/dp/1588435164/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1234556671&sr=1-1.

This is the most detailed guide available to Maui, the second-most visited Hawaiian island, with 2� million visitors yearly. There are endless fascinating things to do here. Watch amazing sunsets from mile-long beaches, visit ancient temples or learn about Maui�s whaling history in the nostalgic town of Lahaina. Frolic under waterfalls, hike through bamboo forests or explore Haleakala National Park with its 10,000- foot volcano summit. Hundreds of shops, hotels, restaurants, art galleries, spas, activities, festivals and historical attractions are described.

"Maui, Lanai & Molokai by Sharon Hamblin is one of the Hunter Travel Guides and is a necessity for planning a trip to Hawaii. The book is pleasant to read and gives valuable information from hiking, points of interest, accommodations, dining, to shopping and much more. This is the most complete guide to these islands that you'll find for walking trails, dive sites, boat trips,waterfalls,snorkeling, surfing, and a pony tour to Haleakala Crater.The book is enjoyably readable and well indexed, so it is easy to find information you need, from phone numbers and addresses to websites and prices. This is an excellent value to make your trip perfect." -- Bonnie Neely

"Maui, Lanai & Molokai by Sharon Hamblin is one of the Hunter Travel Guides and is a necessity for planning a trip to Hawaii. The book is pleasant to read and gives valuable information from hiking, points of interest, accommodations, dining, to shopping and much more. This is the most complete guide to these islands that you'll find for walking trails, dive sites, boat trips, waterfalls, snorkeling, surfing, and a pony tour to Haleakala Crater.The book is enjoyably readable and well indexed, so it is easy to find information you need, from phone numbers and addresses to websites and prices. This is an excellent value to make your trip perfect." -- Midwest Book Review
The print edition, which is 415 pages, can be ordered from http://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Guide-Maui-Guides/dp/1588435164/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1234556671&sr=1-1.

This is the most detailed guide available to Maui, the second-most visited Hawaiian island, with 2� million visitors yearly. There are endless fascinating things to do here. Watch amazing sunsets from mile-long beaches, visit ancient temples or learn about Maui�s whaling history in the nostalgic town of Lahaina. Frolic under waterfalls, hike through bamboo forests or explore Haleakala National Park with its 10,000- foot volcano summit. Hundreds of shops, hotels, restaurants, art galleries, spas, activities, festivals and historical attractions are described.

"Maui, Lanai & Molokai by Sharon Hamblin is one of the Hunter Travel Guides and is a necessity for planning a trip to Hawaii. The book is pleasant to read and gives valuable information from hiking, points of interest, accommodations, dining, to shopping and much more. This is the most complete guide to these islands that you'll find for walking trails, dive sites, boat trips,waterfalls,snorkeling, surfing, and a pony tour to Haleakala Crater.The book is enjoyably readable and well indexed, so it is easy to find information you need, from phone numbers and addresses to websites and prices. This is an excellent value to make your trip perfect." -- Bonnie Neely

"Maui, Lanai & Molokai by Sharon Hamblin is one of the Hunter Travel Guides and is a necessity for planning a trip to Hawaii. The book is pleasant to read and gives valuable information from hiking, points of interest, accommodations, dining, to shopping and much more. This is the most complete guide to these islands that you'll find for walking trails, dive sites, boat trips, waterfalls, snorkeling, surfing, and a pony tour to Haleakala Crater.The book is enjoyably readable and well indexed, so it is easy to find information you need, from phone numbers and addresses to websites and prices. This is an excellent value to make your trip perfect." -- Midwest Book Review

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Published by: Hunter Publishing on Feb 14, 2009
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