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Princeville Timeshare

It seems as if everyone heads to Hawaii at least once in their lives. As you consider all the state's destinations and top places to stay, you might find yourself returning to Princeville time and time again. Located on Kauai, it was once home to a large plantation that Hawaiian princes visited, which is how it got its name. This planned community now features a variety of resorts that offer the perfect Princeville timeshare for all of your needs.

Golfing and Other Outdoor Attractions

The right Princeville timeshare can put you close to the Princeville at Hanalei, which is one of the leading golf clubs in Hawaii. Both of the courses at this club have a championship design with some challenging holes. The Makai Golf Course is the best choice for beginners and less experienced golfers. Not only can you take lessons from pros, but you can practice on the putting green before you book a tee time. If you really love the great outdoors, plan to spend at least a day at the Princeville.... Read More

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Found 17 Properties

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Wyndham Bali Hai Villas


Wyndham Bali Hai Villas Beautifully situated in the posh resort enclave of Princeville, Kauai,... Read More

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Westin Princeville Ocean Villas


Come to Kauai… come to the Westin Princeville Ocean Villas. Until you discover Kauai,... Read More

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Hanalei Bay Resort


Everything that’s good about Kauai is right here at Hanalei Bay Resort. Your luxury condo... Read More

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Wyndham Ka'Eo Kai


Kauai, the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands, is called the Garden Isle for good reason. The natural... Read More

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Wyndham Makai Club


Kauai is a virtual utopia featuring terrain ranging from jagged mountain peaks to gorgeous... Read More

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Pahio Resorts Bali Hai Villas


Nestled on... Read More

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The Cliffs Club


If unwinding in an Adirondack chair, watching brilliant tropical sunsets and relaxing is your... Read More

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Wyndham Shearwater


From breathtaking jagged cliffs to emerald-green valleys in an island paradise surrounded by... Read More

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Princeville Resort at Kauai


A resort like no other, you'll feel the majestic presence of royalty, where every little... Read More

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Alii Kai Resort


Some consider the island of Kauai the best-kept secret of Hawaii and this incredibly beautiful... Read More

Ranch Adventures. This ranch boasts a zip line that lets you see the area's top attractions from the air. It also offers horseback riding and trips that include a picnic by a waterfall. The hike up to Queen's Bath is also worth the trip.

Indoor Activities

Though many people head to the Aloha State for the beaches and other outdoor attractions, you can also have fun indoors. The Princeville Center is the ultimate shopping destination and filled with unique stores that you don't have at home. China Young Village is another local shop that offers interesting souvenirs and artwork from Hawaiian artists. There are loads of historic sites and museums that you won't want to miss either. With a Princeville timeshare, you'll love exploring the area right outside your door and discovering some hidden gems on the island.

Winter vs. Summer Visits

Many people think that the best time to visit a Princeville timeshare is in the winter. While you might drool at the idea of lounging on the beach while the snow piles up at home, thousands of other people have that same exact dream. While the weather in Princeville is nice in the winter, you need to compete for a spot on the beach and for anything else that you want to do. If you can hold off until spring, you can experience the same weather without any of those crowds. April and May is really the best time to visit, though October and September are nice too. The humidity peaks in the summer, which can leave your family feeling uncomfortable when they're outside.

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