Conde Nast Traveler has deemed Maui the "Best Island," for 17 years. With over 30 miles of pristine beaches, amazing sunrises from the top of the Haleakala Crater, whale watching or a Hawaiian luau, it is understandable why couples and families want to buy a timeshare in Maui, Hawaii.
With more than 120 miles of coastline, Maui features over 80 white, black and red sandy beaches, where guests sun-bathe, snorkel and surf. West Maui's premiere beach, Kaanapali Beach, is located within walking access to the Kaanapali hotels and timeshares. It features three miles of white sand beach. In the most northern point, the beach holds Puu Kekaa, Black Rock, which is great for snorkeling and diving.
Maui offers some breathtaking nature sights to see, including traveling to see the early sunrise above the Haleakala Crater. While it means getting up extra early, as it can take up to two hours to drive up to top of the crater and the sun rises as early as 5:38 a.m. in the summer and 6:55 a.m. in the winter. However if you stay beyond sunrise you'll be treated to an array of changing colors in the sky. If you are not an early bird, Air Maui offers helicopter rides, where passengers can gaze at some of Maui's best scenic sites from the Hana Rain Forest and Haleakala Crater to lush waterfalls and the West Maui Mountains. With landscape like this, it's not wonder Maui timeshares are so popular.
Maui Timeshares: Offering A Plethora of Activities
Time-share travelers will find no shortage of activities on Maui. From December to May, humpback whales live in the area's warm, shallow water. At Lahaina Harbor, guests can schedule whale-watching tours, where they will be guaranteed to spot a whale within 100 feet on a two-hour tour. Often, during high-peak months, guests spot whales just by walking by the harbor. For an all-day adventure, travel along the Road to Hana and experience all of Maui's natural beauty, from swimming in the Pools of Oheo, to gazing at overflowing waterfalls and plush rainforests or exploring Hale Piilani, Hawaii's largest temple.
At sunset, the part begins at Maui with a traditional Hawaiian Luau at several resorts, that you may find one at your Maui timeshare resort. The Old Lahaina Lu'au combines Hawaii's culture into traditional dances, hulu dancing and singing, as well as authentic cuisine, such as roasted pig, purple sweet potatoes, and tropical fruit. Near timeshare properties along Kaanapali Beach, The Royal Lahaina Luau shows guests how to roast an Imu (pig) along with exhilarating fire artist and dance performances.
First-time travelers may be surprised by the town of Lahaina, as it features one of the finest art districts, with dozens of galleries and art in the park, with vendors displaying their work as tourists stroll by. The town also features some Hawaii's authentic cuisine, such fresh island fish at Kimo's served on their open-air patio at lunchtime.
Timeshare Resale and Fractional Ownership in Maui
If you are going to buy a timeshare, you will spend up to 70% less money if you buy a Maui timeshare resale versus a brand new one direct from the developer. Premier Timeshare Resale is a group of licensed agents who have the knowledge and experience to help you decide if a Maui timeshare or fractional ownership better suits your needs. For more information read "Why Buy Resale?" or shop our list of Maui Timeshare Resales now.