Alec Hills - Dec 15, 2018
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When the winter doldrums get you down, the best thing to do is to plan a vacation to somewhere new. This is easier and more affordable than you realize. What's more, by choosing a timeshare, you'll find that you can enjoy deluxe accommodations without breaking the bank.

Here is a look at some of the top winter vacation destinations.

The Bahamas 

No matter where you go in the Bahamas, you'll find gorgeous beaches. The weather is warm all year, so you'll be lounging in your swimsuit in no time. Soak up the sun, take a dip or go for a stroll. Whatever you choose to do, you'll be surrounded by paradise.

Of course, there's more to the Bahamas than the beach. Why not get in the water to do some snorkeling or scuba diving? You might want to sign up for a boat tour or charter a fishing vessel. Other top attractions in the islands include the Lucayan National Park, the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve and the Queen's Staircase. With so many natural and cultural treasures to explore, it's impossible to be bored.

The Florida Keys 

The Keys are a fabulous place to relax and get away from it all, and the wintertime here is particularly magical. Indulge in festivals such as the Baygrass Bluegrass Festival and the Key West Holiday Fest to make for a memorable vacation. Alternatively, avoid the crowds by finding your own private strip of beach or scuba diving deep beneath the ocean waves. You'll also find one-of-a-kind attractions like the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens and Dry Tortugas National Park to whet your appetite for local history and culture.

Park City, Utah 

If you live in a location that's not getting enough snow to suit you, then maybe a trip to Park City is in order. It's one of America's foremost ski destinations, and you'll have options for snowboarding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing too. If that is not enough, then you will want to indulge in a tour of the city's historic downtown quarter. Dotted with unforgettable shops and restaurants, you'll also find the Park City Museum and be able to sign up for a ghost tour.

Orlando, Florida

Orlando is always a great option for a family vacation in the winter. Walt Disney World and Universal are nearby and the entire city is set up for tourism. The weather in Orlando can be a bit “cold” in January, but any other month in the winter will be just fine. A good accommodation option is the Orange Lake Resort timeshare because of its abundant amenities and prime location.

Choose a Timeshare 

Regardless of whether you're looking for sun and sand or clouds and snow, your best option when it comes to accommodations is a club Wyndham timeshare. These deluxe properties simply offer you far more amenities than hotels do. 

Around each resort, you'll find upscale amenities like outdoor pools and relaxing hot tubs. There may be a spa on site, and you'll frequently find full-service restaurants. Shops are often located on these properties as are a variety of sports courts and fields. The whole family is certain to have fun. 

The accommodations are even better since they almost always feature at least one private bedroom and a full kitchen. There's plenty of room to stretch and relax in style. 

Winter can be a wonderful time to experience new places. Start planning your wintertime getaway today.

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