A Timeshare in Hawaii Makes a GREAT Summer Vacation

The minute you get off the plane, you’ll know you are in tropical paradise and on your way to a great summer vacation. You’ll feel the sun on your face, the balmy breezes on your cheeks and smell the fresh plumeria flowers in the air. It's no secret that the Islands of Aloha are a scenic paradise, but what you may not know is that by renting a timeshare, you could have more space and amenities than a hotel room, for about half the cost.

"Hawaii is historically one of the world's most popular summer vacation destinations and this year is an exceptionally good time to visit with the deals and specials in the marketplace for travelers to take advantage of," said John Monahan, president and CEO of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB).

Oahu is the popular island for tourists with a mix of natural and cultural wonders. See pro surfers on the famous North Shore, visit the memorial at Pearl Harbor, or bask in the sun and learn to surf on the legendary beach of Waikiki. See Oahu timeshares.

Hawaii (the Big Island)
Bigger than all of the other islands combined, Hawaii holds 11 of the world’s 13 climactic zones—from sandy beaches to snowcapped mountains. For activities you can: see beautiful rainforests, botanical gardens and waterfalls; try fishing and snorkeling off the Kona Coast; or visit Volcano National Park. See Hawaii timeshares.

For the best beaches in the world, you’ll want to visit the second largest island, Maui. For more incredible scenery, try a long drive up to Hana, or wake up early to catch the sunrise atop Haleakala Crater. See Maui timeshares.

Graced with dramatic, natural beauty, the oldest island of Kauai can offer you great outdoor adventures. See the massive Waimea Canyon, "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific." Take a boat ride out to view the towering cliffs of the Napali Coast. See Kauai timeshares.

Molokai is an island that has preserved its connection to the past and offers many activities for those who love the outdoors. View the lush foliage in beautiful Halawa Valley or visit the Kalaupapa Settlement to learn about the works of Father Damien. See Molokai timeshares.

For more ideas on what to do on your Hawaii vacation, visit their official tourism site and request a free copy of the Hawaii's Official Visitors' Guide.
Photo compliments of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau.
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