Posted on May 03, 2022
The magic of Maui is captivating throughout the year, so the best time to visit a Maui timeshare is really anytime – whenever it fits into your travel plans.
The weather is great, with the famous sunshine and warmth throughout the year consistent with the notoriety of the Hawaiian Islands. Spectacular beaches, wonderful watersports, incredible scenery and the relaxing vibe of the Pacific islands all combine for some of the best timeshare vacation experiences on the planet.
Golf? Check. Waterfalls? Check. Dormant volcano? Got that too. Rain forest hiking and nature walks? Some of the best in Hawaii. Plus, the history and culture of Maui is unique, from the development of its agriculture and the inter-island battles to the chiefdoms, the visit from Captain James Cook in 1778 and the establishment of the whaling industry in Lahaina.
Today, the only whaling that takes place off the coast of Maui are the tour boats looking for whale-watching spectacles such as breaching humpback whales.
The resorts mentioned below congregate in two primary areas of Maui, the Lahaina/Kaanapali area and the Kihei area off Maalaea Bay – both on the western side of the island.
Lahaina – not only can you find the famous 60-ft banyan tree which dates back to 1873, but this former capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii has restaurants, shops, fishing charters and downtown is just minutes from famous Kaanapali Beach.
Kihei – on Maui’s southwest shore, this is considered the sunniest, driest part of the island. Six miles of beach features amazing swimming, snorkeling, kayaking and even birdwatching at nearby Kealia Pond at the northern end of the area. There is also the Maui Ocean Center to explore.
Below you’ll see our top 10 most popular Maui timeshare resorts based on the feedback from our visitors looking to buy or looking for more information about the resorts. Resorts are shown in reverse order, counting down to the most popular.
One of the four Somerpointe Resorts on our list, this is a fabulous entry point to everything you want from Maui. With easy access to the beach, you are near Kaipukaihina Beach in the northern part of Kihei and close to shops, nightlife, great golf and fun outdoor activities. Private lanais, Jacuzzi, outdoor swimming pool and cocktail lounge are all available from your one- or two-bedroom suite.
Just across from Waipuilani Park, this understated resort complex offers a great location with easy access to the shops and restaurants in town along with the onsite heated pool, jacuzzi, tennis courts and the shoreline of Waipuilani. One- and two-bedroom units range from 900 to 1,100 sq ft with everything you need for self-contained condo vacation living.