WorldMark Valley Isle
Situated in Maui, Valley Isle Worldmark is rich in amenities and things to do.
Some of the numerous comforts you’ll see in each room include cable television, CD and DVD players. Private balconies overlook the ocean, and a murphy bed in the living room houses extra guests. Some units have washer/dryer combos, and if they don’t, there’s a central laundry room.
Ceiling fans are standard, but air conditioning isn’t. The reviews are in that the cool breeze keeps it all comfortable. Irons, boards and hair dryers equip each unit.
On the outside, take a break from the saltwater and grains of the sand, and instead jump into a well-maintained pool. If you prefer, and most guests do, the beach access is right out our doors, where sitting on the beach or delving full force into water sports is a norm. Keep fit too, with the fitness and gym centers.
Highlights of this Location
Popular attractions in Maui include:
Natural Wonders of the World:
- Hot Flowing Lava – see rock formations and ashes in all their natural form. Volcanoes are a must-see if you’re visiting Hawaii.
- Cascading Waterfalls – that stand some 400 feet tall, surrounded by rainforests and natural pools that are safe to swim in. Take a tour with a local guide and find pristine, turquoise pools to bask in the warm sun. The average annual temperatures range from the low sixties to high eighties.
- Whale Watch – no need plug in the cable. See the splendor of the whales in migratory motion during the winter months of October to April – but don’t get too close.
- Ride A Vintage Train – known as the sugar cane train, which was and still is one of the major exports of the land.
- Maui Ocean Center – teaches about corals, reefs, and aquatic animals – very intriguing for eager little minds.
- Monument Hunting – see massive and ancient stone monuments at the Iao Valley State Park.
- Annual Festivals – take time off to see festivals roaring in full swing, like the Makawao Rodeo or the Onion Festival for example. Say Aloha to the Aloha Festival in September, and if you’re an NBA fan, the Maui Basketball Tournament takes place each November.
- Zip Line – through the rainforests with private touring companies that know the landscapes like the back of their hands.
- Shop – reserve time for shopping at several local retailers or boutique shops including Paradise Flower Farms, Whalers Village, Maui Shirts or Sea Salts of Hawaii.
- Eat – indulge, if only for a little while, and check out local eats that prepare traditional Hawaiian foods. The most popular restaurants in this area include Bubba Gump Shrimp, Dukes Beach House, Hard Rock Café-Maui, and plenty more.
Distance from Major Airports
The closest major airport is Kapalua West Maui, located one mile away. Or, fly in from our sister property 33 miles from the resort at Kahului.
Tips for Visiting
Due to its popularity, the Valley Isle WorldMark should be reserved at least one month prior, so start planning now by calling 360-876-4777. Your tropical escape awaits.