(LOS ANGELES, Feb. 11, 2008) - The Automobile Club of Southern California's newest laminated map highlights the best that Hawaii offers those who are planning to visit its sunny beaches, fiery volcanoes, and even snowcapped peaks. Numerous restaurants, resort spas, golf courses and retail shops can keep island visitors busy throughout their stay on the Big Island.
The laminated map titled "Hawaii GreatestHits™" is available at the Auto Club's 77 offices and offers vacationers a jacket pocket guide to a wide variety of activities, including visits to the Big Island's tourist center of Kailua-Kona, its state parks, surfing sites, whale-watching and manta ray viewing and also great dining experiences and shopping at Waimea
Detailed maps by AAA cartographers and insider reviews by the Auto Club save vacationers time in searching out the best locations to sightsee. Restaurant gems ranging from Hilo Bay Caf tucked away near a Wal-Mart and OfficeMax, to a sunset dinner cruise on a double-hulled canoe are recommended by Auto Club travel writers.
The new guide offers several maps of the different areas of the island, many of which provide one-of-a-kind adventures.
"The newest map in our 'best of' series reveals the top things to see and do in Hawaii," said Auto Club Travel Products Manager, John Austerman. "We now have laminated maps that offer the top recommendations for travelers visiting Hawaii, Kauai, Maui and Oahu," he added.
Each map in the GreatestHits series is $4.95 for Auto Club members and $8.95 for the public. Other titles in the series include Alaska Inside Passage, California Highway 1, Kauai, Maui, Orlando, Route 66 and Santa Fe & Taos.