Portable, up-to-date, and to-the-point, Frommer’s Maui day by day is all about maximizing the time you have to spend in this enchanting Hawaiian paradise. This itinerary-based book, written by Hawaii resident and established travel journalist Jeanne Cooper, hits all of Maui’s highlightsas well as hidden gemswith plans crafted for visitors with a variety of needs and interests. Whether you want to catch a sunrise atop a volcano, swim in secluded waterfall pools, dine on ultra-gourmet cuisine, golf your way around the island, or stroll through bamboo forests, this guide is for you.
Inside the guide:
Full-color photos and useful maps, including a tear-resistant foldout map in its own resealable envelope.
Best of Maui itineraries for seeing the island in a limited amount of time
Outdoor adventures for travelers of all ages and skill levels to explore Maui’s volcanoes, beaches, waterfalls, and wildlife
Rewarding experiences for families, couples, food lovers, and those interested in Hawaii’s rich history and culture
Reliable, impartial reviews of the best shops, restaurants, spas, nightlife, and hotels in all price ranges. No entity has paid to be in this guideor any Frommer’s guide. At Frommer’s we pride ourselves on decades of journalistic integrity.
Helpful planning tips for getting there, getting around, saving money, and getting the most from your trip
About Frommer’s: There’s a reason that Frommer’s has been the most trusted name in travel for more than 60 years. Arthur Frommer created the bestselling guide series in 1957 to help American service members fulfill their dreams of travel in Europe. Since then, we have published thousands of titles, becoming a household name by helping millions upon millions of people realize their own dreams of seeing our planet. Travel is easy with Frommer’s.
About the Author
Jeanne Cooper writes frequently about Hawaii for the San Francisco Chronicle, where she previously worked as a travel editor, as well as for Marin magazine and HawaiiIslander.com. Her stories about the islands have also appeared in the Houston Chronicle and other newspapers, plus magazines such as Southwest, Sunset, Modern Luxury Silicon Valley and Luxury Las Vegas. Before helping relaunch Frommer's Hawaii, she contributed to guidebooks on San Francisco, Boston and Washington, D.C., for several different publishers. Now living on Moku o Keawe, the Big Island, she was inspired to study hula by her mother, who learned to play ukulele and dance hula in pre-statehood Hawaii.