Consider a Maui timeshare for beaches, warm water, and whale watching. With dozens of timeshare options available, you can find the optimal vacation spot on the island of Maui. Voted "Best Island" for nineteen years running in Condé Nast Traveler, this island boasts natural wonders and a heavenly ambiance. Enjoy culture, relaxation, and excitement on this Hawaii island; a Maui timeshare could be your ideal vacation for years to come!
If you buy a Maui timeshare, you will have purchased a lifetime of amazing vacations on one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Choose from a variety of resort options - there are 61 hotels in Maui with 10,023 rooms, and 13 vacation condominiums with 7,343 units. You won't have trouble finding a place to stay!
Consider buying a timeshare at Marriott's Maui Ocean Club - Lahaina and Napili Villas. Buy a spacious villa for up to ten guests, and enjoy the 3.5 acre super pool, golf, and watersports. This resort is in a great spot, close to Whalers Village, Front Street, and Cannery Shopping Center.
Another great resort is Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort Villas. This luxurious resort rests on oceanfront property on North Beach. A sparkling pool, wonderful dining, full kitchen, and sunset barbeques will make your annual stay a delight.
There is no shortage of fun things to do in Maui. Spend time relaxing on the sun or swimming in the oceans on Maui's pristine beaches. Go boating, play golf, hike, or learn to hula. Enjoy live music, an exciting nightlife, and fantastic dining options. You will love the Haleakala Sunrise—and then spend the rest of the day surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and having a great time!
One of the most popular Maui destinations is the Haleakala National Park. This park, boasting the Haleakala Crater, is 30,004 acres with the largest congregation of endangered species of any National Park. Go hiking, take a wilderness tour, or just peek in through the thick jungle for a good time.
You can also visit the Iao Needle, the site of the battle of Kepaniwai where Kamehameha I conquered the Maui Army in 1790. Learn about the history of the island, reenact the battle, or just enjoy the beautiful scenery of the area.
Puu Kekaa, also called Black Rock, is another great place to visit. This cliff used to be the spot where individuals leaped off into the ocean, so that their soul could enter the spirit world. Visit this spot any time, or stop by for the sunset ceremony where locals actually jump off the cliff. You will love the intense history of the "Black Rock."
If you are looking for some fun in the sun—or under the trees—don't miss out on Iao Valley State Park or Makena Beach State Park. Both offer wonderful opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, and enjoying the lovely scenic island of Maui.
If you want to combine a little outdoor fun with some history, try hiking the Lahaina Historic Trail. Lahaina used to be the center of government for the Hawaiian monarchy until the mid-1800s. During the 1800s, it became an international whaling center. Now, the trail highlights 62 important landmarks, and allows visitors to learn a little bit about the history of the island, while enjoying the great outdoors.
Although most of the island is geared towards tourists, there are a few spots to check out. Grandma's Maui Coffee, on Kula Highway is a cute little coffee shop which has been run by the same family for four generations. Their coffee is grown on the slopes of Haleakala, and the beans are picked by hand.
Da Kitchen is another well-liked local eatery. Enjoy local and Hawaiian-style food such as Teriyaki Salmon, Fried Spam Musabi, and the Chicken Katsu Plate. They emphasize traditional local Hawaiian food, but with their own spin.
You will have no trouble making your way to the various places you want to visit on Maui. The major airport is Kahului, which has flights from the US and Canada, as well as to Honolulu. The island has an excellent bus system which runs on ten major routes, and only costs $2.00 per ride. You will also find rural shuttle services, inter-island ferries, car rentals, and trains. If you are interested in tours, there are bus, limo, boat, plane, and helicopter tours. If you like exercise, biking is also an excellent option.
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