Come to Maui
The last state to enter the United States was Hawaii and this state is made up of multiple islands in the Pacific Ocean. The island of Maui is one of the most exotic places on the face of the earth and when you invest in a Maui timeshare you are investing in vacations to Hawaii that are never the same. From black sand beaches to live volcanoes to explore, a Maui timeshare will allow you to base day trips that range from exciting to relaxing.
Maui has been named the best destination by travel magazines on a regular basis and the islands offer you a relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. In 1790 the island was invaded by King Kamehameha I although it would be a few years before he would finally take the island. Lahaina on Maui became his capital. By 1823 missionaries from New England came to the island and settled in the capital. They banned the dancing of the hula and forced the natives of the island to dress in modern clothing, changing the culture drastically. It is interesting to note that even as the missionaries attempted to change the Hawaiian culture, they also helped preserve it.
The island of Maui was also a major center of whaling activity and at one point in time over 400 ships had visited the island. The last of Kamehamehas descendants reigned the islands until 1872 and they were followed by another strong Hawaiian family of rulers, the last of which was Queen Liliuokalani. By 1900 the Hawaiian Islands and been made a territory of the United States to be followed by statehood in 1959. The beaches of Maui where used to train marines during World War II and the island was the base of over 100,000 soldiers during this time.
Visiting Maui on vacation can be an expensive proposition unless you take advantage of a Maui timeshare. Additionally, a Maui timeshare also opens up your travel itinerary to explore the rest of the Hawaiian Islands. From driving along the legendary Hana highway to walking through historic Lahaina, you will find Maui to be an exciting place.
There are five places in Maui that you must see while staying at your Maui timeshare:
Iao Valley State Park which features the 2,250 foot rock pinnacle called the Iao Needle
Lahaina itself to explore the variety of stores the city offers as well as the 60 foot tall Banyan Tree located there
Molokini Island, a small island in the Hawaiian chain where you can dive and snorkel at Black Rock, located off of the Kaanapali coast line.
Visit the Seven Sacred Pools while driving along the Hana Highway
Explore Haleakala National Park where you can learn about Mauis active volcano
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