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TRAVEL GUIDE TO HAWAII

Wind, water, fire and earth. Hawaii is one of the few places on the planet where you can experience all the elements before your eyes.

Choosing to visit Hawaii is the beginning of an amazing journey ahead, with no less than hundreds of sights and activities to immerse yourself within. But first, the biggest decision you’ll have to make is WHERE to begin. Vacationing in Hawaii’s chain of islands lives up to its reputation as one of the most exciting destinations for members to explore because not one of the islands is the same. Each boasts its own unique landscape, weather patterns, culture and defining features. Here are just a few highlights to get you started:

Also known as the "Big Island", Hawaii is the largest of all the Hawaiian Islands. Timeshare in Hawaii lives up to its reputation as one of the most exciting destinations for members to explore. It’s the vast volcanic landscapes that truly set Hawaii apart. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the largest park in the state. Feast your eyes on the steaming Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, see the fiery glow from the Halemaumau crater at night, hike along the Kilauea’iki crater floor and walk through the 500-year-old Thurston lava tube.


For more unforgettable experiences around the Big Island, sink your toes into black sand on Punaluu Beach, head beneath the surface and snorkel the warm and clear water in Kona, uncover the magic of Hilo’s Rainbow Falls, discover the blanket of green flora in the Waipio Valley and drive to the summit of Mauna Kea at 10,000 meters, the tallest sea mountain in the world. From lush green rainforests to arid volcanic lands, find it all on the Big Island of Hawaii.


If you are ready to explore beyond the big island, consider Maui. Known as “The Valley Isle”, it’s the 2nd largest Hawaiian island. Maui has world-famous beaches that stretch over 30 miles! These famous beaches come in a variety of colors due to the island's rich volcanic soil. Whether you are into surfing, snorkeling, sunbathing or just want to take a swim, Maui is perfect for you. There are also plenty of opportunities to experience the colorful local culture with a nightly sunset luau performance featuring song, dance, food and fire.


A little more remote but true to its island roots is Molokai. It’s the fifth-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, featuring the highest sea cliffs in the world and the longest continuous reef. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself unable to leave one of Hawaii’s largest powdery white sand beaches. If a private island in paradise is your calling, Molokai more than lives up to the Hawaiian Island dream. Explore this tropical playground from just about anywhere on this quaint island. Snorkel among its colorful reefs, swim alongside sea turtles, toss a line in for a catch or simply sway in a hammock between the palms to get a true dose of island life.


No matter where you choose to begin your Hawaiian adventure, you are sure to find something truly spectacular!

FIND YOUR OWN SLICE OF PARADISE

Maui Sunset - Rentals Only

Maui Sunset - Rentals Only

Kihei/Maui, Hawaii, United States

Welcome to Maui Sunset, one of the only oceanfront rental resorts in all southern Maui. Once you step onto the grounds of this spectacular Hawaiian destination, you'll feel the "aloha" spirit and a way of life that gives you the peaceful relaxation which you've been seeking. The fully furnished one- and two-bedroom condominiums at Maui Sunset offer breathtaking views of either the resort gardens or the warm Pacific Ocean, depending on your preference. Standard amenities include fully appointed kitchens, air conditioning, private lanais, in-unit washers and dryers, and Wi-Fi Internet access. Most of the suites also feature cable television, CD stereo systems and iPod docks, DVD players, and other modern conveniences. Maui Sunset's on-site amenities are equally as pampering and carefully maintained for your total relaxation. The resort sits directly on the Waiapulani Beach Reserve, a narrow beach perfect for strolling and water sports like windsurfing, kite surfing and paddle boarding. For those less interested in feeling the sand between their toes, Maui Sunset also offers a 60-foot "L"-shaped swimming pool and a 12-person hot tub with an expansive deck containing lounge chairs and tables. Guests will also enjoy the resort's barbecue and picnic area, complete with stainless-steel gas grills, and four shuffleboard courts; walking paths, tennis court, sauna, and fitness center. Come experience southern Maui from a resort at the heart of paradise - Maui Sunset!

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