Maui is understandably one of the most popular island destinations in the world. Although part of the US, the Hawaiian islands have managed to retain their charm and distinctive character and Maui offers over 40 miles of beautiful unspoiled beaches, stunning tropical scenery, exciting nightlife and a wide variety of outdoor activities.
Maui timeshare vacation rentals can be found all over the island and make a practical and affordable alternative to hotel rooms, especially if you have a group of several people. Rentals typically offer more space, allowing you to choose from a one, two or three bedroom suite with all the comforts of home, including a full kitchen. Most rentals run from a Saturday to Saturday, although you may be able to find something that allows you to check in midweek.
Some of the most well known hotel names offer weekly rentals, including Sheraton, Marriott and Hyatt, although there are many private rentals by owner available as well. A search of the web will provide many sites where you can rent a property, or if you are saying ‘I’m thinking of selling my timeshare‘ many sites allow you to post weeks for sale or rent as well.
Although rentals can be found all over Maui, two of the most popular areas are Lahaina and Kaanapali Beach, both within easy reach of Kahului airport, the island’s main gateway. Lahaina Beach is a long, narrow stretch of sand and although it offers all the usual water sports, is not as crowded as some other beaches on the island. Lahaina town offers a mile long stretch of shops selling clothing, souvenirs and local crafts. Further north is the world famous Kaanapali Beach, which can be very crowded and offers plenty of opportunities for windsurfing, snorkeling or simply relaxing.
Whether you are a first time visitor to this beautiful island, or visit every year, a timeshare rental is a wonderful way to experience one of the world’s most beautiful and exciting destinations.
About the Author
AJ Petersen knows how difficult selling a timeshare can be at times and hopes to offer visitors some advice on getting rid of their unwanted timeshares.
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