The Top 10 Ways The Unofficial Guide® to Maui Can Help You Have the Perfect Trip:
- Candid, critical, and objective information covering Maui, Molokai, and Lanai
- All major hotels and resorts rated and ranked for quality and value—plus, proven strategies for getting the best rates and tips for B & B and condo stays
- Detailed reviews and ratings for 30 diverse restaurants, with a culinary guide to Hawaii's regional dishes
- The inside story on the top attractions, including Haleakala National Park and other natural wonders, ancient temples and historic homes, museums and art galleries, even a winery
- A complete guide to exploring the awe-inspiring islands of Maui County, from winding cliffside drives to strolls along the beach
- Advice for families on how to have a Maui vacation that keeps everyone thrilled
- The best places to shop for haute couture and kitsch alike, especially local art, aloha shirts, and Hawaiian music
- Where to get wet: the best beaches for tanning, surfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving
- All the details on Maui's world-famous golf courses
- The complete rundown on Maui nightlife, from bonfire luaus to bars and clubs
Get the unbiased truth on hundreds of hotels, restaurants, attractions, and more in The Unofficial Guide® to Maui—the resource that helps you save money, save time, and make your trip the best it can be.
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About the Author
RICK CARROLL, author of IZ Voice of The People, the first biography of legendary Hawaiian singer Israel Kamakawiwo’ole, is the bestselling creator of Hawaii’s Best Spooky Tales, the six-volume sequel to Chicken Skin True Spooky Tales of Hawaii and Madame Pele: True Encounters with Hawaii’s Fire Goddess.
He is now writing In the Path of Night Marchers online at hawaii.rr.com.
A former daily journalist at the San Francisco Chronicle, Carroll wrote award-winning travel and feature stories about Hawaii and the Pacific for the Honolulu Advertiser and covered Hawaii and the Pacific for United Press International.
MARCIE RASMUSSEN CARROLL, former communications director for the Hawaii Convention and Visitors Bureau, has written and edited political, environmental, and other news for the San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, and UPI in Atlanta. She was a Journalism Fellow in Asian studies at the University of Hawaii and in energy studies at Stanford University.
Together, the Carrolls, who moved to Windward Oahu in 1983, collected and edited Travelers Tales Hawaii: True Stories of the Island Spirit, now in its second edition, an anthology praised as "the best collection of contemporary Hawaii travel stories." They are also the authors of the extensively revised and rewritten fourth edition of the Unofficial Guide to Hawaii.