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Kauai Vacation Ownership

Nicknamed “The Garden Isle,” Kauai boasts vast landscapes of natural beauty among rolling green hills. The fourth largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai is located at the far western edge of the state, giving vacationers a great sense of escape and the ability to retreat into paradise. With Kauai timeshare resales, you can have affordable access to the black sand beaches, lush green forests, and perpetual warm weather year after year.

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Quick Facts about Kauai Timeshare

  • Most Kauai timeshare resorts are located in Koloa, Lihue, Princeville, and Kapaa.
  • Vacationers will find some familiar hotel and resort brand names on the island, including Marriott, Wyndham, Westin, and Diamond.

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Things to Do in Kauai

Kauai may be one of the smaller islands in Hawaii, but it certainly doesn’t lack in things to do. The best way to experience what Kauai has to offer is by exploring. Na Pali Coast State Park provides once-in-a-lifetime vistas and views of the beautiful Hawaiian coast, while Waimea Canyon State Park will allow you to explore the interior of the Garden Isle.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Hawaii vacation without some time by the water. Kauai features some of the best beaches in the state, all of which can be easily accessed from beachside timeshare resorts. Be sure to make a trip around the island to discover public beaches like Secret Beach, Kalihiwai Beach, Kalapaki Beach, and more. You may even stumble upon a hidden cove or inlet during your trip.

Kauai provides many ways for vacationers to relax, so set aside some time for that as well. Take a drive or a walk along Kauai’s North Shore at sunset, or hit the links at the Wailua Golf Course. Lihue and Kapaa feature many different restaurants and bars, which will give you a chance to try the fabulous internationally-themed cuisine of the Hawaiian Islands.