Backpacking Argentina

Looking for important travel information while backpacking in Argentina? Here you will find information on working in Argentina, entry visas, Argentinian hostels, and much more.

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Facts About Argentina

Argentina is a country with something of a dual identity, being at once a pivotal part of South American culture, and yet also bearing a close resemblance to Europe. It is also remarkable for its size; at 2,766,890 km, Argentina is second only to Brazil and ranked eighth largest country in the world. Indeed, it is even larger if you give credence to their claims on the Falkland Islands and a significant portion of Antarctica.

The first inhabitants of Argentina settled in the south around 11000BC, but the first major recorded event was the prolonged assault on the northwest region by the Inca Empire in 1480, the success of which fragmented the territory into disparate cultures.

European intervention followed soon after, with Amerigo Vespucci sighting the territory on his 1502 voyage and further Spanish exploration climaxing with the establishment of the Buenos Aires Colony in 1580 as part of controlled Peru. The colony prospered in subsequent centuries economically, but the independence movement progressed proportionately. The issue was concluded in 1816 after the campaigns of General San Jose de San Martin in the region and Napoleon’s overthrow of Spain’s Ferdinand VII.

Expanding from Buenos Aires, the modern Argentina , named ‘the Land of Silver’ by Spanish explorers due to the rich region in Potos, developed rapidly courtesy of agriculture and foreign investment. One of the richest countries in the world by the early 20th century, political turmoil thereafter between groups represented by Juan Peron in the 1940s and the conservative military damaged the country immeasurably. These economic problems persisted for the rest of the century and were only assuaged during the 2000s with economic growth and stability. As such, it truly is the perfect time to visit the country.

  • Language – Spanish
  • Population – 39,921,833 (2006 estimate)
  • Currency – Peso (the $ is used)
  • Time zone – GMT -3
  • Phone code – +54

Climate in Argentina

When deciding the best time to visit Argentina, the weather certainly plays a role. Argentina is generally a temperate climate, but with two extremes. The north is closer to a tropical climate, whereas the south is polar. This is born out in the record temperatures of 49 degrees in Cordoba in 1920 and -39 degrees in San Juan in 1972. Central Argentina is incredibly erratic but tends to more closely approximate the north.

Things to do in Argentina

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is still referred to as the ‘Paris of the Southern Hemisphere’ and attracts some 5.25 million tourists per year thanks to its thriving culture. The national Tango dance centres in the capital offer a great way to get involved in the lifestyle – head for the ‘Milongas’ to give it a try.

If you fancy taking it a bit further, why not go to a studio for lessons, try the Avenue Corrientes, or check out the shows in Dorrego Square on Sundays. The nightlife doesn’t solely revolve around the Tango though. You can find a number of great nightclubs, Irish pubs and bars across the city and, in particular, the areas of Recoleta, San Telmo and Palermo Viejo.

Buenos Aires is home to an array of fantastic sights as well. Chief among these is the 67 metre tall Obelisk of Buenos Aires, completed in 1936 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the city and a true symbol of the capital.

Other notable landmarks include the world-famous Teatro Colon, opened in 1908, the Casa Rosada (Pink House), situated in the fantastic Plaza de Mayo and home to the executive branch of the Argentinean government, and the 18th century neo-classical Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral. If that’s not enough, there are plenty of great galleries and museums like the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, the Evita Museum and the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (Malba).


However, if you want to see the real Argentina, don’t confine yourself to the capital. The country is packed with great cities, each with phenomenal sights and unique culture. Cordoba, for example, is home to the beautiful Jesuit Block and Estancias, a complex of beautifully preserved 17th and 18th-century buildings including the Universidad Nacional which is classified a UNESCO World Heritage site. You’ll also find the imposing 16th century Gothic Cordoba Cathedral and over ten galleries and museums to choose from like the Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes ‘Dr. Genaro Perez’.

Iguazu Falls

Indeed, most of Argentina’s best locations can be found outside of Buenos Aires. Nature lovers will be captivated by the host of national parks, which include the World Heritage classified Iguazu National Park in the Misiones province, including endangered species like the jaguar and home to the incredible Iguazu Falls, and Los Glaciares National Park in Santa Cruz. No less impressive is the Cueva de las Manos (Cave of the Hands), also in Santa Cruz, highlighted by cave paintings some 9000 years old and containing handprints.

Mar del Plata

Situated on the coast of South America, there are naturally a number of resort towns where you can relax on the sand with the sun for company. The largest of these is Mar del Plata, which attracts tourists en masse every year.

Unique Activities in Argentina

Another good way to get an idea of things to do in Argentina is to scan the activities offered by Get Your Guide or Viator. They work directly with local tour operators, so you won’t have to scour the internet or roam around town trying to find the best deal.

If you know your schedule ahead of time, a great insider tip is to buy tickets for major tourist attractions in Argentina ahead of time. Tiqets has entrance tickets and skip the line passes for major attractions in Buenos Aires so that you can avoid the lines and save that precious time for more exploring.

How to Travel Around Argentina

If you’re flying to Argentina or plan to take short flights within the country, we recommend using a few different flight comparison search engines. Kiwi is a new favourite among travellers. On average, we have found the cheapest flights to Argentina with them compared to the other websites out there.

Of course, it is always worth checking Skyscanner to guarantee you’re getting the best deal. Both websites offer great flexible search options, allowing you to search the whole country of Argentina to find the cheapest airport to fly into, and also see prices for a full month if you’re flexible on travel dates. 

Bus travel in Argentina

Once in Argentina, city to city travel is typically achieved by using long distance buses. The Panamerican National Route 9, for example, takes you through Buenos Aires, Rosario and Cordoba. As provincial capitals all have their own airport and operate regular flights on a daily basis, an alternative for those with a bit of spare cash is air travel.

Train travel in Argentina

The train network in Argentina is limited but extremely cheap, making it a decent budget option. A great tourist voyage is the ‘Train of the Clouds’ in the northwest province of Salta, which passes a number of smaller towns on its way to the border with Chile and takes you to extreme altitudes.

Backpacking Tours in Argentina

Though part of the fun of backpacking Argentina is exploring on your own, there are situations, especially when venturing off the tourist trail, when it does make sense to go with a guide or a small group. For these times, a popular option among backpackers is G Adventures. They hand-select local guides to ensure authenticity and quality. This is especially a good option for those travelling Argentina alone who would like to meet up with like-minded travellers. Their most popular trips in Argentina are their 14-day End of the Earth Patagonia tour including Argentina and Chile, and their 19-day Patagonia Hiking trek.

Health and Safety in Argentina

Before travelling, jabs for Hepatitis A and B, malaria, rabies, typhoid and yellow fever are recommended. However, many travellers ignore this advice and find their only nemesis is diarrhoea.

The water in Argentina is generally safe for drinking, but be wary outside of Buenos Aires.

As with travel to all other countries abroad, it is vital that you get travel insurance before you leave. The quality of health care is good in Buenos Aires, but varies elsewhere. Unfortunately, the cost of treatment in Argentinean hospitals is very high and cash payment is expected immediately. Recommended for tourists are the British and German hospitals scattered across major cities.

Entry visa requirements for Argentina

A passport is the only requisite for citizens of the US and EU member nations for stays up to 90 days. This can be extended once for a further 90 days by the Immigration Department.

Foreigner work permits and backpacker jobs in Argentina

If you are a Spanish speaker, you can easily get work translating or teaching English. Call centres and bar work are also accessible and popular options. The average wage is on the rise and currently stands at around AR $550, with the minimum wage at $450. Nevertheless, it is important to remember that unemployment in Argentina is relatively high and, if you do not speak some Spanish, most avenues will be blocked.

Opportunities to volunteer in Argentina are far easier to come by, whether in the community, education, for the environment or providing medical assistance. Check out the options at Transitions Abroad for further details of what’s on offer.

Argentina Hostels and Budget Accommodation

Budget travel and hostels in Argentina including: Buenos Aires hostels.


Buenos Aires is a great city for backpackers and budget travellers due to its array of hostels, numbering over 50 and including B&B in Constitucion and Gardenhouse Hotel. However, be sure to shop around, particularly in the San Telmo area, where prices are generally just 20-30 pesos a night.

If you’d prefer a mid-range hotel though, expect to pay around $30 a night. Prices at the top end are typically $70. That said, with both hotels and hostels, if you look outside of Buenos Aires, you should find even better prices.

We have had good experiences finding hostels in Argentina on HostelWorld. They have the largest inventory of hostels worldwide, and with over 10 million reviews and ratings from other travellers, you know exactly what to expect.

Another good way to find accommodation in Argentina is by checking and With both sites, you’ll not only find hotels, but also homestays, hostels, and other unique accommodation. We have discovered some great finds and have appreciated the ability to book ahead. You can use their advanced filtering to narrow your results by budget, location score, overall review score, and amenities. Many of the places on also offer free cancellation, which takes the pressure off the planning phase of your trip.

Useful links for Backpacking in Argentina

  • Kiwi and Skyscanner – Flight comparison search engines to find the cheapest flights to Argentina and within the country
  • GetYourGuide and Viator – a collection of local tours and things to do in Argentina. Also offers Skip the Line tickets for crowded attractions
  • Tiqets – Website selling entrance tickets and skip the line tickets for major attractions in Argentina
  • G Adventures – guided backpacking tours in Argentina, great for solo travellers or for those interested in a more adventurous trip which would require a guide
  • HostelWorld – #1 hostel search website to find budget accommodation in Argentina. Thousands of hostels and millions of reviews from fellow travellers
  • – commonly used accommodation booking site in Argentina. Hostels, hotels, and other unique accommodation with advanced filtering and millions of reviews
  • Travel Insurance – read our comprehensive overview of Travel Insurance and some recommended providers for backpacking in Argentina

There you have it, the ultimate Argentina backpacking guide. We hope you have found all the information you need for backpacking around Argentina.

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Planning on a vacation to Colorado? Then, get yourself ready to have a fantastic time. If the amount spent on your travel is a concern, read on to learn how to travel Colorado on a budget.

Today I’m covering how you save money during your travels in Colorado. These don’t include any cost for preparing to go to Colorado or the traveling cost, because those things mostly depend on where you’re traveling from, how you want to travel, and which specific activities you want to do in Colorado.

There are plenty of ways to save up money on your Colorado trip. I will go through some of the easiest and best tips you can follow without any trouble at all. Let’s get started then.

Choose an all-inclusive travel plan

There’s so much to explore when you get to Colorado. Deciding on a place can get tricky. Also, if you want to do everything, you will need to spend precious time planning out your itinerary and figuring out where to go. Spending more days just means spending more money.

You can either develop your own all-inclusive plan where you plan out everything in advance to visit the majority of Colorado within the shortest possible time. You should plan out everything from your hotels, even down the restaurants in the area.

Or, you can choose to go with a package tour who does all the work for you. Sure, there will be some travel agent fees included, but they also get group deals on hotels, travel, and restaurants which overall can bring the costs down. Altogether, you will save money while experiencing the best of Colorado.

Go for less expensive hotels

Here’s the thing, when you are in Colorado, you won’t be spending too much time in the hotel. Instead, you will be out there exploring the state and its beauty. The adventure of Colorado will be your key in your visit to the state. So, spending money on a luxury hotel or resort is just pointless.

You can just go to a local inn or motel and register there. It doesn’t cost too much to get a room in such an inn. This way, you can save money during your visit to Colorado without any extra steps. And that gives you the option to spend more on other stuff that you plan to do.

Budget-friendly eating

When you go for a vacation, the purpose is to explore the place and, at the same time, try out the local food there. And the best part is, local food in restaurants isn’t usually that expensive. You can get budget-friendly food no matter where you go, as long as you eat locally.

So, instead of going to fancy restaurants and eating different cuisines, try going to restaurants with local food. Denver is the best city for budget-friendly food. They have a wide range of amazing restaurants that don’t cost a lot for an enjoyable meal.

Try out camping to save money in Colorado

I think one of the best ways you can save up some money while traveling in Colorado is through camping. You might not want to be camping the whole trip, but make sure to keep camping as a part of your trip to Colorado. Here’s how you can save money through camping.

First of all, you won’t have to worry about renting a hotel or inn as long as you are camping. Colorado also has  large number of camping options throughout the state. While you’re camping, you’ll also save money on food since you will mostly be cooking by yourself.  Avoiding the costs of expensive restaurant meals will help you save money during your travels.

Aside from all that, it surely is a great experience to spend your nights under the sky of Colorado. That’s what adventure is all about, right?

Save money on transportation

A lot of people make the mistake of renting cars while they are visiting Colorado. Sure, you can do that if you’re not worried about spending money. But if you want to save up money, then renting a car isn’t the greatest idea. There are several reasons for that.

First of all, you have to consider the cost of gas plus parking along with the rent of the car. Then there is the factor of taking the car along with you wherever you go. It takes away the freedom of exploring the place in its entirety, and you are limited to visiting certain places.

So, instead of renting a car, try using public transportation to get around wherever you want to go. You can also consider things like Uber rides to reach places. Doing this also allows walking around the place, which is the best way to explore an area.

How Much to Budget for Travel in Colorado

Save money in Colorado, so you can partake in activities like skiing

Save money in Colorado, so you can partake in activities like skiing

Let’s take a quick look at the cost of various things in Colorado. This is a rough cost, so you can see differences when you actually visit.


When you are out in Denver, usually, it can cost around $30 to $40 to eat per day. That’s the average cost you would have in Denver for your meal. Depending on what you eat, it can go higher or lower.

Hotels vs. Hostels and Inns

Typically, a hotel with premium facilities or luxury will cost you around 200 to 300 USD. Whereas you can get a room in a hostel or an inn at around 40 to 50 USD with ease.

Bus fare

In general, the bus fare in Colorado is pretty low, and it can range from somewhere around 1.5 USD to 4 USD depending on where you are going.


There are so many things you can do in Colorado so it’s important to look into costs ahead of time. If you plan to visit the national park, you have to pay around 10 to 15 USD as the entrance fee, which isn’t a lot. If you want to make use of the best waders for surf fishing, then shore fishing in Colorado is also an option. But that can cost around $100 or even more depending on the service you are choosing.


All in all, your visit to Colorado doesn’t have to be expensive when you know how to save money while traveling in Colorado. Following the tips I shared here will surely help you spend less than you usually would. But if you don’t mind spending money, I would still suggest trying these out for a more adventurous trip.

Traveling can be one of the best ways to recharge and refresh yourself, but just any trip won’t fit the bill. If you’re looking to get away from it all, take some time off from your responsibilities, and return with renewed energy and focus, consider visiting any of these four cities. You may even decide to choose one of the following destinations as your new home.

1. San Francisco: Rest and Reset With Yoga

If you’re seeking a soulful vacation in a place that knows how to take care of its own, San Francisco is just what you’re looking for. San Francisco has been delighting visitors with its self-love ethos and positive energy for decades. Today, you can find peaceful respite at many yoga studios and meditation centers. San Francisco is a little pricier than other cities in the United States. If you’re thinking about purchasing a home here, it may be beneficial to take advantage of the high rental values and rent out a room in your home.

2. Berlin: Reset Your Mind With Art and Culture

Berlin is known for its unconventional art scene, and its numerous galleries are filled with contemporary and classical pieces. You can also see many of these pieces while taking a tour through Berlin’s historic East Side Gallery. On top of its wide variety of art, Berlin offers incredible food, beautiful architecture, and fantastic nightlife. The cost of living in Berlin is inexpensive when compared to other Western European capitals. If you buy a home here, you can live in a community that’s rich with diversity.

3. Mexico City: Reboot Without Breaking the Bank

Mexico City is one of those rare vacation destinations that’s cheap, exciting, and a world away from home. Visit Mayan pyramids and Aztec ruins and drink tequila in a city that boasts culture and excitement. Property in Mexico is less expensive than property in the US, and its warm climate makes Mexico City an ideal location for a vacation home.

Keep in mind that purchasing a vacation home usually requires at least a 20% down payment, but if you’re strapped for cash, you have other options. Consider getting a second mortgage on your current house or taking out a home equity loan.

4. Tokyo: Reset by Recharging Your Body at Lightning Speed

Tokyo is an energetic city that never sleeps and welcomes tourists with open arms. There are infinite ways to explore, such as taking a boat ride along Tokyo’s historic Sumida River and shopping at Tsukiji Market, a food mecca for Japanese chefs and seafood enthusiasts. You can also visit Sensoji Temple, which was built in 645 A.D. and is one of Japan’s most important Buddhist temples. Getting around town is simple — just purchase a Suica card at any ticket machine and travel by train. If you’re tempted to move to Tokyo, be aware that buying a home in Tokyo can be a major investment, and you need a visa. You can only apply for permanent residency after 10 years.

The Perfect Trip

Even if you decide not to move long-term, planning a trip for self-care can be perfect for your needs. If you want to recharge by backpacking, check out our backpacking guides for over 100 countries.

When it comes to recreation and entertainment, The Yas Island Theme Parks are a destination that’s hard to beat. They encapsulate so many things to do in Abu Dhabi.

What are the Different Yas Island Theme Parks

Yas Island Abu Dhabi is a world-class experience hub. One of the things Yas Island is most known for is having three world-class theme parks.

Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi

Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi lets you experience the magical worlds you see only on television. Here, you’ll meet your favorite characters from Metropolis, Gotham City, Bedrock, Dynamite Gulch, and Cartoon Junction all in one place — in the state-of-the-art rides, themed attractions and restaurants, and everywhere else in The Park.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

The Ferrari World Abu Dhabi theme park is world-renowned for officially having the fastest rollercoaster in the world. The Park’s lead attraction is Formula Rossa, a Ferrari supercar-themed rollercoaster that goes from 0 to 149.1 mph in a mere 4.9 seconds.

That’s not all that’s in Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. It also has the world’s tallest non-inverted roller coaster loop in the Flying Aces, a biplane-themed wing coaster, which scales 206.7 feet at a 51-degree incline and reaches speeds of up to 74.6 mph.

All in all, there are around 40 rides and attractions at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.

Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi

The Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi is a colossal water playground that provides mild to extreme thrills with more than 40 attractions. It has an enormous wave pool, a crazy river, the world’s largest six-person tornado water coaster, and a multitude of slides, some dropping you from ten stories high. Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi is indeed the ultimate water park in the UAE.

But your options are not limited to theme parks on Yas Island.

At Yas Island Abu Dhabi, you can also do the following:

  • Take in a show or two at Etihad Park and Etihad Arena
  • Experience the thrill of indoor skydiving and wall climbing at CLYMB Abu Dhabi
  • Watch a Formula One race from the sidelines or drive, drag, drift, ride, or kart at Yas Marina Circuit
  • Go clubbing at MAD Yas Island
  • Shop at Abu Dhabi’s biggest mall, Yas Mall
  • Dine by The Fountains
  • Sunbathe at Yas Beach
  • Play golf at Yas Links

Indeed, Yas Island Abu Dhabi is the ultimate travel destination, as it has something to suit all tastes and preferences. A week at this island hub should let you tick off a slew of must-dos on your travel bucket list. That being said, the three world-class Yas Island theme parks here remain the island’s main draw.

Tips on Getting Great Value From Yas Island Theme Parks in Abu Dhabi

The cost of visiting three Yas Island theme parks adds up, of course. Follow these tips to save and get greater value for your money when you go on a theme-park-hopping tour on Yas Island Abu Dhabi.

1. Bundled Offers

If you buy tickets individually for all three Yas Island theme parks, at current prices, you will spend a total of AED 860 or USD 234. A single-day ticket for Ferrari World Abu Dhabi costs AED 295 or approximately USD 80. It’s the same for Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, while it costs AED 270 or around USD 74 for Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi.

Thus, it’s much more economical to take advantage of the bundled theme park offers if you’re visiting more than one theme park anyway.

You may get either a two-in-one or a three-in-one theme park bundle.

  • One Day, Two Parks

For AED 395 or approximately USD 108, you can visit two Yas Island theme parks in one day. Specifically, you can choose to visit two of these three theme parks: Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, and Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi. However, you do need to complete your visit in one day.

Note that these parks may have different operating hours. Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is closed on Sundays and Mondays, while Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi is closed on Sundays.

Additionally, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi normally open at 12:00 pm and close at 8:00 pm. In contrast, Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi usually opens at 10:00 am and closes at 6:00 pm.

There are also days, especially during the holidays when park operating hours change. Therefore, if you’re getting this bundled offer and planning to visit two Yas Island theme parks in a day, make sure to check park operating hours first on your target visit date before purchasing your tickets.

  • Three Days, Three Parks

This offers the better value among the theme park bundles. Instead of paying AED 860, you’ll pay only AED 545 or approximately USD 148 for access to all three Yas Island theme parks if you get the Three Days, Three Parks bundle.

Unlike the One Day, Two Parks bundle, this allows you to devote one whole day to each park, so you won’t have to feel pressured about maximizing your time on each park visit. You also get thirteen days after your first park visit to visit the remaining two parks in the bundle.

2. Stay at a Yas Island Abu Dhabi Hotel

Certain hotels on the Island come with complimentary theme park access. As such, staying at one of the Yas Island Abu Dhabi hotels could offer excellent value.

For instance, if you stay at WB Hotel Abu Dhabi, you will get complimentary access to a theme park of your choice for every night’s stay at the hotel. If you stay three nights at WB Hotel Abu Dhabi, you will get access to all three Yas Island theme parks.

Moreover, the benefits of staying at a Yas Island Abu Dhabi hotel are not limited to complimentary theme park vouchers.

To illustrate, WB Hotel Abu Dhabi is very conveniently located for theme park visitors. It’s right across Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, a short walk away from Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi, and a few minutes drive away from Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.

Getting around should also be a breeze when you stay in a Yas Island Abu Dhabi hotel because of the shuttle service that picks up and drops off passengers at key Island destinations.

Theme Park Vacation

You can cross out three theme parks off your amusement park UAE bucket list with a trip to Yas Island Abu Dhabi.

Lose yourself in the enchanting, make-believe worlds of Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, experience extreme thrills and speeds at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, and splash around in the mega water playground of Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi. And with a bit of research and planning, you can save money and get greater value from your theme park vacation.

As the New Year begins, you will probably want to clean up your financial portfolio. Amid the pandemic when the money runs tight, it makes sense to embrace smart money habits, from cutting expenses to picking side hustles and building emergency funds.

At the same time, you may have to give up on some financial investments to improve your finances. Giving up your timeshare should be your top priority in 2022.

Let us explain why you must do it sooner rather than later.

Timeshares are A High-Maintenance Asset

Timeshares are expensive upfront, but the idea of owning a share in a luxury resort is alluring. You can fall into the trap because of slick salesmanship as well.

The worst part of owning it is that it is a high-maintenance asset that burdens you year after year. You have to bear the annual maintenance costs even if you do not use the property for a year.

The annual costs may increase unprecedentedly, making them even more painful. The last thing you will want to carry in your financial portfolio right now is a property that burdens you with ownership costs. Eliminating it should be on top of your wishlist this year.

Selling can be a Real Challenge

The sooner you get rid of your timeshare property, the better. Although owning sounds like a dream, you will realize your mistake down the line. The bigger challenge is that you may not find a seller willing to pick the property readily.

The best way to deal with the situation is by collaborating with one of the reputable timeshare exit companies in your area. You can invest some effort in researching your options and get professional help to exit the contract at the earliest.

The effort is worthwhile as you get to reset your finances right away. Moreover, you need not worry about saddling your children with unwanted inheritance in the long run.

Travel in the New Normal is Different

Another good reason to get rid of your timeshare in 2022 is that you will probably not use it in the foreseeable future. Travel is different in the new normal as you cannot expect to plan for the long haul.

The virus makes things unpredictable, making it hard to stick with specific destinations. You may not get to fly to your timeshare destination due to restrictions. It may get difficult to travel at a specific time of the year.

Eventually, you may not want to visit the same holiday destination year after year. Timeshare ownership limits your options, making it a wrong choice for the present situation.

The best money resolution you can make this New Year is to give up your timeshare property at the earliest opportunity. The decision can help you save a lot of money today and get rid of a burdensome asset forever.

Moreover, it will make life easier for your heirs as no one wants to be tied to a property that costs money to maintain year after year.