Visit the Hawaiian Islands
Maui, the second-largest of all the Hawaiian Islands, is rich with history, has a vibrant artistic community and offers more than enough indoor and outdoor activities for vacationers to enjoy at these Hawaiian timeshare rentals. This isle is not only popular with people, but humpback whales as well. Visitors to Maui may even get a chance to see a few of these gentle giants that migrate to the waters around the island on a yearly basis.
While staying on Maui, vacationers should visit the volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rain forest located within Haleakala National Park, or take a hike along the coast at Wai'anapanapa State Park. Also worth a look is the Iao Valley State Monument, a natural needle that rises 1,200 feet into the air due to erosion.
If families have access to a car, then they definitely should not leave Maui without having driven along the famous and curvy Hana Highway for the best views of the island.
While each isle offers a unique Hawaiian experience, Hawaiian timeshare rental travelers definitely want to visit Kauai, the chain's fourth largest island, as well as its oldest geologically. Aside from its age, Kauai is geographically unique for expansive natural sites, such as the 14-mile long Waimea Canyon.
Visitors to Koke'e State Park may have an opportunity to see some of Kauai's native vegetation and forest birds as they hike along one of several trails. Meanwhile, Waimea Canyon extends 14 miles along the island's western side and reaches depths of 3,600 feet.
Wild beaches, tropical rain forests and deep canyons. No, these are not sets for a new adventure movie, these are all attractions that can be found on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
Hawaiian timeshare rental vacationers who want to experience all that Hawaii has to offer may want to pack their bags and head to the Big Island, the largest of the state's isles. Here, visitors can take in the natural beauty of the area's lush forests, rolling green hills, black sand beach and an active volcano.
Speaking of volcanic landscapes, no trip to the Big Island is complete without seeing a volcano. Visitors to the Big Island are able to do so at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. At this attraction, visitors can learn about two of the world's most active volcanoes, while also learning how the Hawaiian Islands came to be.
Animal lovers will also want to make a visit to Haleakala National Park, where they can find some of the world's most endangered species. Other sites to take in while at this natural attraction include a sub-tropical rain forest as well as volcanic landscapes.
When deciding which of Hawaii's eight main islands to spend a vacation on, Hawaiian timeshare rental travelers may be swayed to Oahu, the third largest Hawaiian island and the location of the state's capital, Honolulu, as well as the popular neighborhood of Waikiki.
Visitors will want to explore some of the island's amazing beaches, such as the popular Waikiki Beach, which boasts several shopping and dining options along its famous Beach Walk. People will also want to make sure they have their cameras when they head to the scenic settings that are Kailua Beach Park and Kualoa Regional Park.
Surfers who are looking to catch some waves have come to the right island. They can grab their boards, head to Sunset Beach and see what surf conditions the Banzai Pipeline is churning up.