Where is the Best Place to Buy a Timeshare in Hawaii?

Buying a timeshare in Hawaii is a dream come true for many. However, making this decision is only the first step. You also must choose where in Hawaii you want to purchase your timeshare – a decision that depends largely on your personality and your preferences in a vacation.

  • Share
  • Share


Choosing a timeshare in Hawaii is not unlike choosing a hotel for a short term stay. A timeshare has to be evaluated on many of the same levels. The decision about what part of Hawaii is the best place to buy a timeshare depends largely on your personal preferences. One of the virtues of staying in Hawaii is that it provides a variety of things to do. Also, each Hawaiian island has a different character and therefore will appeal to different kinds of visitors.

Oahu’s Beaches, Surfing and Hiking

A timeshare on Oahu offers easy access to the world famous Waikiki Beach, which is more than enough for most visitors. Waikiki beach is what most people from the mainland imagine when they picture life in the fiftieth state. They get golden sands, a deep blue sea with a backdrop of gleaming skyscrapers. A timeshare on Oahu is perfect for those who want to enjoy the nightlife and restaurant scene, as well as those who just want to enjoy the surf. The North Shore offers some of the best surfing in the world. The beaches and buildings are not all there is to Oahu, however. Visitors who love to hike will be able to enjoy some of the most scenic trails in Hawaii in Makiki Valley’s rainforest. The popularity of Oahu timeshares means that those who buy a timeshare on this island will have a far easier time trading or selling it than they would in other places. The land that can be developed is limited; therefore, Oahu timeshares are a valuable commodity. Of course, all the things that make Oahu popular as a vacation destination also make it less attractive for some. Some consider the island to be overpopulated and too “touristy.”

Kauai’s Forested Parks

90 miles away from Oahu is the more peaceful island of Kauai. Kauai is also known as the Garden Isle and can be the perfect timeshare location for lovers of nature. Owning a timeshare here will provide easy access to the island’s 50 miles of white sand beaches. Also available on Kauai is Waimea Canyon and its hiking trails. The Kokee and Polihale State Parks will also provide dramatic scenery for hikers, and there are museums galore for those interested in the state’s history. While there is some nightlife and several restaurant options, some visitors may find them limited in comparison to other places in Hawaii.

The Big Island’s Variety

The largest of the Hawaiian islands is known by locals simply as the Big Island. It offers visitors much more varied activities than do the other islands. Available options range from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to the black volcanic sand beaches. Considering the fact that it has more land area than all of the other islands put together, it has a relatively low tourists to locals ratio. On average, only 14 percent of those on the Big Island are tourists. The size of the Big Island is its main drawback for some as they may spend much of their vacation commuting to the various attractions; others consider this breathing room a plus. The decision, of course, is up to you.

Author
Boris Razmiki

About the Author

has written 89 articles on Timeshare Blog.

Visit this author's website   ·   View more posts by

Discussion

No responses to "Where is the Best Place to Buy a Timeshare in Hawaii?". Comments are closed for this post.

Comments are closed at this time.