There are many reasons why frequent visitors to Maui purchase a timeshare property. Not the least of which is “Maui no ka oi” (“Maui is the best”).
The island combines striking natural beauty with cultural sophistication. Maui offers everything from the breathtaking Haleakala Crater to Carlos Santana jamming at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. No wonder that Maui has been voted “Best Island in the World” by Conde Nast Traveler readers for 10 straight years.
The popularity of timeshares has increased tremendously over the years. A timeshare can preserve otherwise lost vacation dollars by turning them into a prime piece of vacation real estate that can serve your vacation needs for years and years to come. Even better, timeshare usage can be swapped with other resorts around the world through an exchange company. Thus, your purchase can bring you a worldwide variety of vacation adventures.
Despite being the state’s second-most populous island, Maui has only 20 percent of Hawaii’s timeshare inventory. The industry has learned that, although Maui timeshares possess tremendous trading power, most people who buy here can’t think of any place they’d rather be.
Timeshare properties are generally concentrated Kihei and Lahaina. Kihei is close to the world-class resorts of Wailea and Makena. Lahaina in West Maui is situated near similarly lavish resorts like Kapalua and Kaanapali.