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Hawaii is always a popular vacation destination for couples, families, and friends, and Maui is one of the best places to stay on the Islands since there is so much to see and do. The ocean, sand, and jungles of Hawaii are gorgeous, but you also need to make sure you have a great place to stay while you are on vacation. One of the best resorts in the entire state is the Marriott Maui Ocean Club Villa. It makes a perfect place to stay as a base of operations while you get out and explore the rest of the island.

Buying a timeshare, or even renting one of the timeshare villas, is a wonderful option for many looking for the perfect resort in Hawaii. Of course, you need to know exactly what it is you will be able to enjoy while you are staying there before you decide to buy.


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Maui, Hawaii is easily one of the most beautiful places on the planet as well as one of the most popular vacation destinations. The verdant jungles, white and black sand beaches, and inviting water make it a true paradise, and visitors who arrive are never without plenty of great things to see and do. They can find a treasure trove of activities and locations to visit. Here are some of the very best things to do when you and the family are in Maui.

Take the Road to Hana

The Road to Hana is a long and winding road that takes vacationers toward the eastern part of the island and the small town of Hana. Travelers could go with a tour or group, or they could rent vehicles and drive on their own if they prefer. The road crosses 59 bridges and encompasses 620 curves, so it is both a fun and a scenic drive.