The Easter holidays are upon us and there’s no doubt that some of the greatest family experiences are built around vacations. But, this can be challenging when faced with the ever-rising cost of living and our fast-paced lifestyles that don’t leave much time and resources for holiday planning.
The Vacation Ownership Association of Southern Africa (VOASA), says there is no need to feel disillusioned because quality holidays are within reach with shared vacation ownership.
“500 000 shared vacation owners in South Africa are enjoying the timeless allure of family vacations and re-defining the way they spend their vacations at more than two-hundred VOASA member resorts, golf villas, chalets, apartments and all-suit properties. Purchasing a shared vacation ownership product creates excitement about vacations without the uncertainty of accommodation expectations or the trepidation of a hefty bill at the end of your stay,” explains Alex Bosch, VOASA spokesperson.
A once-off purchase is made of furnished accommodation at a fraction of the whole ownership price. Thereafter, a levy is paid throughout the year to cover the cost of maintaining and ensuring the quality of the accommodation. The added benefits are that the levies are not subject to any profit and that your vacation is paid-off over 52-weeks.
From building sand castles with the kids on sun drenched beaches to the thrill of exploring hiking trails in majestic mountain settings or whether you yield the call to escape to the peace and tranquillity of nature and wildlife, shared vacation ownership delivers the best in vacation experiences. The vast portfolio of luxury and spacious accommodations suit the specific needs and size requirements of every family. Home-like amenities, such as modern kitchens kitted with the latest appliances, ensure a comfortable and affordable stay that saves on added laundry service costs or dining out.
And when it’s time to wrap up the Easter break, shared vacation owners will take home the best souvenir – priceless holiday memories with their families and loved ones.