Planning future adventures? Looking to explore the world beyond our four home resorts? With affiliations all over the world and an in-house direct exchange department, it couldn’t be easier to broaden your horizons! Here’s what you need to know to help your exchange go as smoothly as possible:
Contact us with your exchange request as early as possible (8-12 months out is ideal). The more time you give us, the more likely it is that we’ll be able to find just what you want.
Be as flexible as you can with your travel dates, location, unit size, etc.
Travel off-season! This is a savvy traveller’s best tip. Not only is it easier to find accommodations, but you’ll avoid the crowds everywhere else, too!
Our friendly Direct Exchange Department would love to give you more information and answer any questions you may have. Contact us at (800) 359-6753, and press 2 for the Direct Exchange Department. Or start by exploring our lists of U.S. and International Direct Exchanges.
*Direct exchanges are a benefit provided to Perennial Vacation Club members only. Interested in joining our unique, member-owned club? Find more information here.
Interested in spending the holidays in Tahoe this year? We sometimes have openings at Tahoe Village and the Eagles’ Nest during Christmas and/or New Year’s week. If you’re dreaming of holidays spent skiing or lounging by a fire, check with our Reservations Department for information about our 2020 availability and upgrade fees.
Son’s Island (located about an hour from our Bandera resort, in Sequin) is a wonderful place to spend a day in the Texas Hill Country! Rent a lakeside cabana for the day, go kayaking and paddle boarding, and enjoy the beauty of this special area. Each island cabana has a private floating dock, and some cabanas are located directly on the water. You can also swim, play beach volleyball, enjoy some BBQ and more! Although Son’s Island is located outdoors, for the safety of their guests and employees they are currently limiting capacity to 50%, and limiting groups to no more than 8 people per cabana. With the abundant space and sunshine, it’s easy to stay distanced from other guests.
Check their website for more information and fabulous photos of this beautiful area!
No matter when you’re planning to visit Daytona Beach, there are always lots of activities to choose from! Here are a few of our favorites that are held year-round:
The Daytona Beach’s Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday between 7:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m at City Island. This popular event has a rich history, a fabulous location and great vendors. Come explore food products, farm produce, crafts, flowers and more.
The Casements is a Rockefeller home located in Ormond Beach. It offers daily tours of the beautiful home and grounds, Monday through Saturday. Various events and festivals are also held throughout the year. The first Friday of each month, watch a movie under the stars in the Rockefeller Gardens!
The Halifax Harbor Marina Dinner & River Cruise is an all-inclusive 2 hour event, complete with dinner and music. Be sure to book in advance (capacity is currently limited to 50% to allow for social distancing). The food is very good, and includes a kids’ menu.
What are your favorite activities when visiting Daytona?