Travel Guide to Hawaii

Your Guide to the Non-Contiguous States

Non Contiguous States Your Guide to the Non Contiguous StatesAlaska and Hawaii couldn’t be more different, but what they have in common are stunning landscapes, unique wildlife and a multitude of fun activities.

Alaska is for spotting wild bears, seals, and humpback whales and Hawaii is home to dolphins, turtles and exotic flowers. Go fishing, dog sledding or kayaking in Alaska and enjoy scuba diving, hiking and hula dancing in Hawaii. As the only non-contiguous US states, Alaska and Hawaii may be a little tricky to get to but any visit will be worth the trip!

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Wild and beautiful, Alaska is the largest state in the US. Mountains, glaciers and vast stretches of land mean that it’s slightly isolated and hard to reach, but any trip to ‘The Last Frontier’ is worthwhile for its breath-taking beauty, wildlife, outdoor activities and unique native culture. Popular excursions include a trip up Mt. McKinley and catching the Northern lights in the winter.

Hawaii

This string of islands in the Pacific Ocean is often called paradise on earth and it’s not hard to see why. With numerous volcanoes, waterfalls, cliffs, rainforests, rivers, and of course pristine beaches, Hawaii looks like a beautiful postcard. Pleasant temperatures and a relaxed attitude make ‘The Aloha State’ an ideal holiday destination all year round.

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Hawaii Travel Guide/Information

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FAQ

Anne
Recomended Guide Books for Hawaii?

My family is just begining to plan for our first trip to Hawaii. We want couple of good guide books to help us plan everything. Where to stay, what to do, etc.

There are so many books out there, I was hoping someone would have a suggestion to help us.

Thanks in advance!

It depends on which island you're going to. This should help you get started:

when you get to the baggage claim area, or front airport lobbies, they have tons of Free brochures (some with discount coupons)! Taxi's are too expensive, look in one of the free brochure's for a round trip Shuttle service.

have fun and Aloooooooooooooooooooooha! :o)
p.s. our avatars look almost the same, lol

seventeenforeverms
Best travel book for Hawaii?

Specifically one for Oahu since that's where we will be staying on our vacation. But anyways basically I'm looking for a really good, helpful travel book for Hawaii/Oahu (we are willing to look into visiting the other islands so not a big deal if it's not centered directly on Oahu). We want suggestions for things to do, places to eat, etc. So what is the best travel book to buy?

I have try on travelcyclopedia.org and find lots of travel guide and tip about Hawaii you can try all the best....

Iszy
Travelling to the USA?

Hey I am going to do an impromptu trip to the USA maybe Hawaii and the flights cost $1000-$1500 but I was wondering how much spending money i will need, I'm not a big spender I wont be doing much shopping just enough for a cheap place and some food and stuff like that, how muh do you recommend. I'm planning on going for a week. (I am from Australia)

Use travel guides to estimate costs of activities.

Use travel sites to estimate costs for hotels, but you are better off booking through a hotel website and not a travel website. For example:

$50 per day (or part of a day) per person for meals.

Remember to budget for airport transfers and local transportation (ex. taxis).

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jagsea
Coach tours of Hawaii?

I am interested in tours of Hawaii-have only been advised of one by my travel agent.Would like 3-4 islands and approx 12-14 days in June/July-3 star hotels-any ideas??

There are a few choices you have, if you just do some digging you can find your tours and book them pretty easy, there are island tours by bus circumferencing the island with great tour guides, i enjoyed them when i went with my fiance.

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