Whether you buy a timeshare or rent a timeshare, your accommodations are taken care of, and all you have to do is find the inexpensive and even free things to do
Here are four vacation destinations where you may have never thought you could afford to go - and we'll show you how you can!
Another French West Indies island where you can find many budget-friendly timeshare rentals, and even resales, is Saint Martin, which happens to be just 22 miles from St. Barts. Stay on Saint Martin and hop a quick 10-minute ride over.
While on St. Barts you can beach-hop the free public beaches with a picnic either prepared in your timeshare kitchen, or from locally grown foods found not only in the supermarkets but also at farmer’s markets.
If you visit during the bi-annual soldes – the twice-yearly official French sales season - you’ll be able to shop for deeply discounted local wares and souvenirs.
buy a timeshare on the resale market. Then head out and enjoy Paris with these tips: It's free to stroll one of the world's grandest boulevards, the Champs-Elysees, or admire the blossoms in the Tuileries Gardens.
Buy an economical Paris Visite pass for unlimited travel on the city's subways and buses. Dine the "bistronomy" way, in smart, relaxed bistros offering hearty but fairly inexpensive three-course meals.
Imperial Hawaii Vacation Club where timeshare rentals currently start at just $99/night.
Many of Hawaii's parks are free or have minimal fees from the black-sand beach at Punalu'u Beach Park to the stunning black lava fields of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. And it costs absolutely nothing to relax on Hawaii's free public beaches and swim in its clear, jade seas.
Feast like a Hawaiian King by buying fresh seafood, tropical fruits and vegetables at inexpensive farmer's markets and preparing your favorite Polynesian dishes right in your timeshare kitchen.
Many of the city’s attractions are free, including: the urban esplanade known as the High Line; the Smithsonian’s Museum of the American Indian; and the moving 9/11 Memorial.
Don’t forget a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge for an amazing view of the city’s skyline. And a fun ride on the Staten Island Ferry gets you right out into busy New York Harbor – for free.
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