Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Rent a Timeshare in the Exotic South Pacific

If you're thinking about a trip to the exotic South Pacific - Fiji and French Polynesia RedWeek.com currently has just three timeshare rentals left. Who will be the lucky people to have a dream vacation of a lifetime? Imagine staying on an alluring south sea island for as little as $86/night at Club Bali Hai see photo)!! Better reserve your timeshare now!

Fiji
In Nadi, on the western side of Fiji's main island of Viti Levu, you can rent a timeshare at the Worldmark South Pacific Club for $142 that sleeps six. Bring a group of friends, split the cost, and you have the rate down to less than $25/night!! Nadi International Airport is just outside the city, and is served by major airlines such as Korean Air and Air New Zealand. There is plenty of scuba diving, golfing, boating and watching sunsets from the beach. Plus, there are unique sight-seeing opportunities in Nadi, as well. The Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple is the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere. "Well worth the visit - beautiful temple and beautiful people," says one RedWeek.com member.

Spend Christmas in the WorldMark Fiji Resort where you can drift above coral reefs and mingle with manta rays on Denarau Island. Or, visit The Garden of the Sleeping Giant, which takes its name from a nearby mountain, is an incredible plantation of over 2000 different types of orchids, thick with their delicious fragrance, started in 1977 by the late actor Raymond Burr, of Perry Mason and Ironsides fame. Another member tells us, "There are plenty of benches when the view is just overwhelming and you need to sit down to appreciate it."

French Polynesia
French Polynesia is best known for its popular bustling island of Tahiti. But for a more tranquil vacation rent a budget timeshare at the Club Bali Hai resort on neighboring Moorea Island, just a ferry boat ride from Papeete, Tahiti's capital. This resort is located on Cook's Bay, one of the most stunningly beautiful tropical bays in the world, and offers free Tahitian dance shows and complimentary evening activities. Besides relaxing on white sand and black sand beaches there's also scuba diving and parasailing. Island fun also includes horseback riding, lagoon excursions and glass-bottom boat cruises.

Staying at the Club Bali Hai is best summed up by this RedWeek.com member: "I'm a major Type A personality. By the time I left the Club Bali Hai, I was so loose and relaxed you could have poured me into a gallon container and shipped me home. It was magical, the most relaxing, stress free, laid back vacation I've ever experienced!"

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:17 PM

    Who wouldn't love a vacation that got you that relaxed.

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  2. Anonymous11:46 AM

    My neighbor lived in the Cook Islands and has been trying to teach me a Christmas song in Tahitian. Now I read this article and I could be there for just $86/night. Something to think about.

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  3. Anonymous12:43 PM

    One of my favorite memories is going horseback riding in Fiji. There's nothing like it. (By the way, we stayed at the Worldmark South Pacific Club - highly recommend it).

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