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Maui Vacation Ownership

Warm ocean waters, long sandy beaches, dense green rainforests—all these images and more perfectly sum up the feeling of a Maui vacation. The second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui boasts a variety of alluring attractions, both onshore and offshore, guaranteed to make your Hawaii vacations memorable. With Maui timeshares, you can plan affordable Hawaiian vacations every year, while still enjoying luxury accommodations.

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Quick Facts about Maui Timeshare

  • Most timeshare resorts on Maui are located in the cities of Lahaina, Kihei, or Ka’anapali.
  • Because of Maui’s popularity as a global tourist destination, vacationers can find timeshares from many major resort brands, such as Diamond, Marriott, and more.

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Things to Do in Maui

The island of Maui is filled with a seemingly endless array of things to do and see. The famous black sand beaches cannot be passed up, as they offer some of the best swimming and surfing in the nation. Scuba and snorkeling sites are readily available along the island’s coast, and you can even find places to try parasailing or waterskiing. Lahaina and Kihei are great places to explore the areas near the water, and both offer great in-town attractions.

The Maui landscape is ideal for exploring, with two designated parks on either side of the island. Hike through the West Maui Forest Reserve, or head East toward Haleakala National Park to traverse the slopes of the dormant Haleakala Volcano.

Island-hopping is not uncommon when visiting Hawaii, so be sure to take full advantage of your vacations by exploring other destinations. Oahu and the Big Island (Hawaii) are not far away, and offer many other opportunities for adventure. Discover the world-famous Waikiki Beach or the towering peak of Mauna Kea, both just short plane trips away.