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Waianae Timeshare

The breathtakingly beautiful west coast of Oahu is a treasure trove of adventures, secluded and relatively untouched beaches, and spectacular sunsets. With a Waianae timeshare, you'll discover the unique experience of life like a Hawaiian local.

Surfers love pristine beaches like those found at Makaha State Park and Nanakuli Beach Park where they can catch a wave any time. Lovers of marine sea life can choose from many whale and dolphin watching excursions and swim with dolphin experiences that thrill and enamor visitors daily. Snorkeling opportunities are also abundant and exciting.

Things Kids Love Doing

Kids adore days at Ko Olina Lagoons to take advantage of mild, calm waters and swimming and snorkeling opportunities. These secluded beaches are protected by a rock wall for excellent swimming any time. Day trips to Honolulu let kids explore Sea Life Park near Honolulu, the Hawaii Children's Discovery Center, and Honolulu Zoo. If you choose to stay closer to Waianae, they'll love visiting nearby Wet 'N Wild water park in Kapolei with over 25 fun and exciting water attractions ranging from a calm, lazy river to exciting water slides.

Children always love experiences like authentic luaus featuring hula and fire dancers, traditional Hawaiian music and entertainment. The entire family leaves with fond memories of these island experiences. A Waianae timeshare enables you to enjoy these events at your favorite time of year.

Experiences to Remember

Adults love the nightlife in nearby Honolulu, less than an hour from Waianae. Adventurers love hiking in gorgeous settings like those found at Kaena Point State Park, an area better known for hiking than beach adventures. Trips to see dolphins and whales are always popular, especially in the early mornings.

Pokai Bay Beach appeals to couples for its year-round swimming, restrooms and showers, along with a barbecue area. Dotted with palm trees, the area is perfect for picture taking. Golfers adore golf opportunities at Ko Olina Golf Club on a championship caliber course with spectacular Hawaiian scenery as a backdrop.

Best Times for Visiting Waianae

The best times to visit are in late spring and early fall. More specifically, the months of April and May, and September through November. This is when weather is near perfect and there are fewer crowds. Summer months are considered to be high season and you'll find more congested conditions.

Winter time can be crowded as people seek to escape brutal winter weather in other places. Winter is also popular for whale and dolphin watchers since your chances of seeing these majestic marine mammals increases during the winter. A Waianae timeshare gives you freedom of choice and the ability to enjoy the area and the entire island of Oahu at your leisure.

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