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Timeshare is not just about vacations – it’s about strengthening relationships, meeting new people and exploring new worlds – taking back fond memories of good times spent together. All this is possible because the timeshare format allows you to vacation in larger numbers, and enables carefully planned activities for varied age groups and interests.

So where do you go from here?

Believe me, this is a really good time to be in a timeshare plan, or invest in one. And I think I can take the liberty to state that AIRDA member resorts belong to the organized sector. We are governed by common rules and guidelines, we are answerable to customers in precisely the same kind of way with customer policies are virtually identical – though pricing plans may be different for each resort, depending on size, scale and level of operations.

B. S. Rathor
Advisor & Member – Executive Committee

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Message of the Month – May 2017

Vodafone talks about its Data Strong Network in an interesting television ad. Watch this carefully and hear what the lady says, towards the end.

There’s a message out here about vacations as well > Make the most of NOW . . .

This month we touch upon a tourism issue that is being taken seriously in the hospitality industry – “the concern for environment protection on a vacation”. So while more and more people are getting aware about the need to do something, where do you go from here?

Let’s talk about the industry that we are in – timeshare, or vacation ownership.

On the one hand resort owners need to drive the implementation of ecotourism practices at their resorts. You can start with outlining a set of easy-to-understand guidelines that visitors and tourists can follow. At a second level you need to go from awareness to implementation – by helping your guests follow these guidelines.

A good place to start is aiming to protect the environment around us – living spaces where forests survive, water bodies retain their pristine state – and where animal and bird life don’t feel threatened by the presence of visitors, or tourists.

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Q&A – April 2017


This is a time when the vacation ownership industry is looking to grow in measured steps, with participation from committed players who have a long term vision in mind. The All India Resort Development Association (AIRDA) has pinned its hopes on growth that is sure and steady – with its target segments really experiencing the benefits of timeshare memberships.

So how is vacation ownership development positioned in the country? How will the timeshare concept enhance the scope for further hospitality development?

B. S. Rathor
Advisor & Member – Executive Committee

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Message of the Month – April 2017