Owning a Timeshare

Buying timeshare at Taupo Ika Nui can be forever – but some owners, because of changing circumstances, may want to sell their timeshare property after a number of years. This means the price at which you buy your timeshare week at Taupo Ika Nui is important if you are not to take a major loss when the time comes to sell again. Resort sales are managed by the resort manager.

If you’re interested in buying timeshare property at Taupo Ika Nui, floating weeks start at $650 (1 bedroom units) and $1,650 (2 bedroom units).

The purchase price covers the unit purchase and all conveyance costs associated with the purchase. Fixed week holiday ownership can cost between $4,000 and $5,000 for one bedroom units, or between $6,000 and $7,000 for two bedroom units.

Contact the resort first for the best priced units.

The Perks

Whether buying timeshare to use at your own resort or to exchange, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that a ‘resale’ timeshare unit at Taupo Ika Nui means buying the same quality and standards the original owner enjoyed at a reduced price for a hassle-free luxurious holiday.


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Whether you’re a first-time buyer or experienced in buying timeshare, Taupo Ika Nui can take care of all the paper work for you.

We work closely with Central Conveyancing through the process of buying timeshare. The sale takes approximately 4-6 weeks.

Purchase timeshare today at Taupo Ika Nui and receive two years free RCI membership and one year free DAE gold advantage membership.

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Typical Resale Values


Type Persons Accommodated Indicative Price Annual Levy
One Bedroom Up to 5 Floating week from $650

Fixed Week from $4,000

Two Bedroom Up to 6 * Floating weeks $1,650

Fixed weeks from $6,000


* Note: We do have one 2-bedroom unit available that can sleep up to 7.

Walk-in, hassle free, flexible, well-appointed holiday accommodation is how I would describe Taupo Ika Nui Timeshare Resort. As owners over the past 30 years we believe ownership at Ika Nui is one of the best investments we have made, because it has forced us to plan and take holidays. Although we always enjoy our time at Ika Nui because of the many attractions in the area and the resort's proximity to town (and restaurants), we have also enjoyed exchanging our time for holidays in time share resorts in England, Scotland, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. With time share you can be sure of a consistently good standard of accommodation which always includes self-catering and laundry facilities. Your time share unit becomes the hub from which you can radiate each day, enjoy all the attractions of the local area and return home at the end of a day to a civilized drink, often with other time share owners, and a meal ‘out’ or ‘in’ – depending on how the cook feels.

Christine and Peter Mayne