Consistently voted the Best Island in the World, Maui has something to offer almost every visitor. From its lovely beaches, to its historic towns and highways, to the majesty of Haleakala volcano, it's little wonder why on Maui they say, "Maui no ka oi" - Maui is the best.
by Candy Adair Aluli
As the owner of virtually every guidebook about Maui, this latest edition of Paradise Family Guides Maui by Candy Adair Aluli has risen to the very top of my list of best general Maui Guidebooks. You can't find any single guidebook to Maui filled with more information and, most importantly, accurate and insightful information written by an actual long-time resident of Maui and expert in the travel industry.
This book is a milestone in guidebooks with over 350 beautiful photos and 42 highly detailed maps. It includes detailed information not found elsewhere including a 37 page guide to the Hana Drive and an excellent section on the island of Molokai. An all new edition was printed in 2008.
Written by noted Hawaii expert Jeanette Foster, this guide tells readers everything they need to know about the island's best beaches, plus water sports and fun activities for everyone from honeymooners to families.
One of the best guides to Maui. All reviews based on visits by savvy writer-residents. The book features lots of maps and dozens of unique features including walking and driving tours, smart travel tips A to Z and much more.
In the fine tradition of all of the Moon Handbooks, this is a highly detailed and informative guide to the island of Maui including much cultural and historical information.
An invaluable source of information on Hawaii's Valley Island. Measuring only 4" x 7", this book easily fits into your purse or pocket, but don't mistake its compact size for a lack of information.
Packed with insider tips for every visitor - from the top 10 beaches to the top 10 golf courses, restaurants and night-time hot spots - this guide provides the insider knowledge every visitor needs.
Want to ride some of the world's best breaks? Dive a submerged volcano? Hike through the Upcountry, picking guavas from the tree? This guidebook uncovers all of Maui, including its many beautiful beaches, its creative cuisine and it's aloha at every turn.
Hidden Maui is the ideal handbook for vacationers willing to explore the unpopulated, natural attractions the island has to offer. Where to find secluded volcanic beaches, majestic waterfalls along tropical hiking trails, and hidden roads through sugar cane fields that lead to unexpected places are all described.
Like every For Dummies travel guide, Maui For Dummies includes: down-to-earth trip-planning advice; what you shouldnt miss and what you can skip; the best restaurants and hotels for every budget and lots of detailed maps.