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Legal Safeguards: Buying a Timeshare in Mexico

When buying a timeshare in Mexico, it’s important to understand all your legal safeguards. The Mexican law allows a buyer five business days to cancel a signed timeshare contract. Purchasers can cancel a timeshare contract within the five day period without a penalty. This right cannot be waived. (Article 56 of the Mexican Consumer Law)… View Article

Is It Safe to Travel to Mexico?

Many travelers worry about safety in various areas of Mexico. But when you look at the statistics, Mexico is actually safe to visit. It’s a beautiful country with exceptional beaches and cultural activities. The people are friendly and helpful. Timeshare resorts in Mexico offer exciting activities, wonderful amenities, and often private beaches. Many of the… View Article

4 Timeshare Resorts With Bike Paths Near the Beach

Summer will be here soon. Time to dust off your bikes and start cycling. It’s never too early to enjoy cool breezes, fantastic views, and relaxation. On your next vacation, get it all as you ride along a bike path near the beach. It doesn’t matter if you’re a gold medal cyclist or a beginner… View Article

5 Vacation Ideas to Stretch Your Tax Refund

We’re in the the final countdown of tax season. The IRS reports that the average tax refund for this year is $2,915. Whether you’re completing last-minute paperwork or waiting for the deposit to clear, it’s not too early to start deciding how to spend your hard-earned cash. For travelers, this is a good opportunity to… View Article

How to Stay Healthy on Your Spring Vacation

Spring vacation is a chance to relax and enjoy new experiences. However, it usually comes at a huge cost to your health. You might get a third plate of bottomless chips, lounge around at the pool for hours, or linger at the local tavern past midnight. These unhealthy behaviors will likely follow you home. You… View Article

7 Timeshare Vacation Resorts for Your Travel Bucket List

Traveling is an opportunity to explore new destinations and experiences. Whether you’re an avid traveler or a newbie, it’s a good idea to write a travel bucket list of all the spots you want to visit in your lifetime. From spectacular beachfront views to water sport activities, you can create unforgettable memories with your family… View Article

Spring Break Destinations: 5 Resorts You Must Visit

Spring is just around the corner. And that means only one thing—spring break vacation! Tropical drinks on the beach. Upbeat music at the downtown bar. Kid-friendly games in the pool. It doesn’t have to be a dream anymore. You can have it all at your next spring break destination. Whether you’re looking to play golf… View Article

Government Shutdown 2019: How It Impacts Your Air Travel Plans

The longest government shutdown in US history continues despite its negative impact on federal workers. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents are feeling the brunt of the political ordeal. As essential employees, they must report to work even when they aren’t getting paid. According to TSA, the agency reported a 7 percent rate of unscheduled absences… View Article

Hundreds of Online Bookable Rentals Just Reduced by 25%

Looking to book your next vacation without spending a fortune?  Good news – we have just marked down hundreds of weeks in Mexico, Washington, California, and Utah so your vacation dollars go farther.  Looking for warm weather?  Head south of the border.  Want to ski?  Prime time for Park City, Utah. Mexico For those of… View Article