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Kapolei Timeshare

Kapolei, Hawaii is a fast-growing region of western Oahu, containing the communities of Makakilo, Barber’s Point, Ko Olina, and its namesake volcano Pu’u O Kapolei. Its sandy beaches are the perfect place to kick back and relax and, between the oceans and the land attractions, you'll find many new places to visit and explore each time you visit your Kapolei timeshare.

Unlike in some other regions of the island, a Kapolei timeshare will offer you quiet, relaxing retreats and untouched natural beauty. Paradise Cove Beach has sheltered waters and is perfect.... Read More

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for swimming as well as bird watching and swimming with sea turtles. Families especially enjoy traveling to the four man-made lagoons on the western shore, which are sheltered from ocean currents with an artificial rock wall. These lagoons are a great place to spend the day swimming, snorkeling, and playing in the water.

If you want to go scuba diving and snorkeling, then Kahe Point Beach Park is one of the best sites near your Kapolei timeshare. Its coral reef stretches out to the open ocean and is home to pods of dolphins, sea turtles, and a wide variety of tropical fish.

More than Just the Water

Onshore, the Wet and Wild Water Park is a popular draw for many families, if trips to the beach aren't enough to satisfy the need to splash, swim, and play in the water. For adults, the Kapolei shopping center has retail therapy at its many outlets and other stores, plus dining and restaurants when you feel like eating out and not cooking. If golfing is more your style, the Ko Olina Golf Club has been ranked by Golf Digest in the top 75 Resort Courses in the US.

Fascinating History and Entertainment

Each time you visit your Kapolei timeshare, you'll find new ways to explore the area, whether by sky or sea. Perhaps one of the most interesting is to fly over Pearl Harbor in an authentic WWII-era U.S. Navy SNJ (AT-6), with an experienced pilot and historian as your guide. At sea, you'll find many options for chartered fishing, whale-watching, dolphin, and other tours of the island's abundant marine life.

In the evenings, there is no better way to end the day than with a sunset cruise to watch as the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean. Also in the evenings, no trip to Hawaii would be complete without a Polynesian Dinner Show, complete with hula, fire dancing, and music.

Kapolei's busiest tourism season runs from December through March with a second peak from July through August. The spring tends to be the second-busiest time of year, and the slowest season is in the fall from September through November.