Snorkel Hawaii Guide Books
At the same time we bought the Reef Set above we also got their hardback book Reef Fish Identification - Tropical Pacific - for help with Hawaii fishes and for when we explore more of the Pacific Islands.
This book is available from the publisher in an easier to travel eBook format. Take it with you on your phone, tablet, or laptop.
We don't yet own the hardback book Reef Creature Identification - Tropical Pacific, but it seems like a great option if you are interested in identifying Pacificcreatures you come across too.
The publisher sells this title in an eBook format so that you can put it on your phone, tablet, or laptop instead of carrying the heavy hardback in your luggage.
Hawaii Fish & Coral Guides
For Hawaii specifically, you can't go wrong with John P. Hoover's Hawaii's Fishes: A Guide for Snorkelers and Divers.
Another good option for Hawaii is John E. Randall's Shore Fishes of Hawaii.
And if you want to complete your guides to Hawaii, consider also getting Corals of Hawaii, by Douglas Fenner..
Maui Snorkeling Guide eBook
Day After Day Of Joyous Snorkeling
The Maui Snorkeling Guide eBook comes from an extensive amount of in the water research snorkeling one of our favorite destinations.
Be Delighted Seeing An Abundance Of Sea Life
- 39 of the best snorkeling spots
- Avoid disappointing dead reefs
Explore With Confidence
- 208 pages of clear, accurate descriptions of what to expect, how to get there, and where to swim
- 378 pictures, above and below water, even where to park
Daily Decisions Made Easy
- Suggested itineraries, favorite spots, quick location reference
- • Choosing where to go is no longer frustrating