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Waikiki Timeshare

Waikiki and neighboring Honolulu are major tourism hubs. Attractions both natural and manmade are available in abundance, making a Waikiki timeshare among the most desirable in the Hawaiian Islands.

Among the top things to do in the Waikiki area is to hike to the top of Diamond Head. The trek isn't as arduous as people expect, requiring only about half-an-hour to capture some breathtaking views of the island below. Waikiki Beach is another undoubted highlight. It's the perfect place to surf, swim, snorkel, people watch and generally relax. Don't forget to stop by the statue of Duke Kahanamoku,.... Read More

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the "father of surfing" and an Olympic champion.

More than the Beach

Other popular attractions in the area around Waikiki include the Foster Botanical Garden, Chinatown, the Waikiki Aquarium and the Honolulu Zoo. Considered a "can't-miss" attraction by a majority of visitors to the region, Pearl Harbor promises an unforgettable experience. Visiting the USS Arizona Memorial is considered a "must."

Visitors also may want to tour the beautiful Iolani Palace, which is the only royal residence in the U.S. If snorkeling is your sport, then you won't want to miss the unmatched opportunities at Hanauma Bay. While there, spend some time gazing at the Halona Blowhole and hiking the Makapu'u Point Trail.

Try a Timeshare

After surfing lessons on Waikiki Beach or an outrigger canoe ride, it's time to schedule some relaxation at a Waikiki timeshare. These laid-back but refined accommodations are on par with some of the finest resorts in the Hawaiian Islands. Properties may feature golfing, putting green, tennis courts and a variety of other sports options. With locations on the ocean, guests may indulge in several water activities or simply make use of a luxurious cabana. Cool off in a sparkling swimming pool or enjoy a relaxing soak in a hot tub. Perhaps you'll indulge in a massage at the spa or a gourmet meal at the restaurant.

Villas and condos with up to three separate bedrooms are available. The ocean views from the private lanai are stunning, and the square footage of a timeshare unit is generous. Families may take advantage of the full kitchen for preparing home-cooked meals. In-unit washers and dryers, living rooms, dining rooms and well-appointed bathrooms with jetted tubs are common.

Popular Times to Visit

If visitors want to experience lighter crowds and lower prices, then it is worthwhile to visit a Waikiki timeshare during the shoulder seasons that occur between April and early June and September and the middle of December. Wintertime becomes particularly crowded and busy, with summer not being far behind. Visitors who are interested in surfing competitions will want to visit in the winter.

Choose a Waikiki timeshare to spend some quality time in one of Hawaii's most famous and distinctive locales.