Located on Maui, WorldMark at Valley Isle is situated on nearly 300 feet of sandy beach. The Pacific Ocean provides the perfect setting for any water sport, and the nearby towns offer plenty to see and do. Enjoy golf and tennis while you're away from the beach. The resort offers a barbeque area and outdoor pool. Maui's Haleakala Crater stands two miles above sea level. Hiking trails reveal a landscape of charred rock, cinder stacks and ash—more a moonscape than a place you'd associate with Earth. From there, head down the slopes into rain forests that ooze with Garden of Eden visions—400-foot waterfalls, tropical streams bordered with native trees such as 'ohi'a, 'olapa and kolea, and warm turquoise pools that invite an invigorating swim. Next, glide along the surface of the ocean on a surfboard or catamaran then dip below to greet a whole new world. Here, brilliant colors are the norm. It's like diving into your own private "National Geographic" episode. The towns of Kaanapali and Napili feature elegant dining in addition to traditional Hawaiian entertainment. Lahaina--seven miles south of the resort--is home to the old courthouse, built in 1859; the Banyan Tree; and the Wharf Cinema Shopping Complex.
Another resort in the area you may like is the Kuleana Club. This oceanfront resort is native Hawaii at its finest. At the property take a dip in the outdoor pool, or play a set of tennis. Five tournament-quality golf courses are within a few miles of the resort. When nighttime comes, you can dine and dance at several restaurants and clubs within a couple of miles. Some of the finest beaches in Maui are within easy driving distance. In Lahainal find historic sight-seeing attractions and shopping complexes. The Kuleana Club offers one bedroom condominiums, sleeping up to four comfortably.