Our headquarters are located in Central Florida. PMG works tirelessly helping timeshare owners across the US. We are consumer advocates with 5 star reviews online, and an ‘A’ rating from the BCA.
Primo Management Group | 7200 Lake Ellenor Drive, Suite 201 and 202 Orlando, FL 32809 | (407) 627-1179
Fall has officially set in and we’re welcoming October. But that doesn’t mean your travel season is over. In fact, October travel has so much to offer! In most locations, October is a part of what’s called “shoulder season.” It’s that time just before or just after peak season. You’ll typically find fewer crowds, less intense temperatures, and lots of deals on hotels and airfare. Although October travel is great for just about any destination, we’ve picked a few special spots to help you narrow down the infinite list of options. You may even find yourself wondering why you ever went on holiday in the summer!
New England is the quintessential October travel destination, and for good reason. The bright and beautiful fall foliage is among the best in the country. So, New England naturally draws travelers from all over. The jaw-dropping colors are complimented by the picturesque towns throughout the region. Find yourself a bed and breakfast for nights, shop quaint bookstores and boutiques by day, and rent a car—or bicycle—for your leaf-peeping pleasure. This time of year, spooky Salem, Massachusetts is particularly popular. Its history and many themed events make October travel to Salem a perfect fit. But trust us. They book up fast in Salem, so you better not delay making those travel plans!
Get in the Halloween spirit with a trip to one of America’s most haunted places. And this reputation is well-earned. First, Georgia is the 13th colony. Coincidence? We think not. Savannah was home to brutal battles during the Civil War as well as Yellow Fever outbreaks and terrible fires. Many people say these tragic events have left a spiritual mark on the city. Learn all about the city’s ghosts—including the murder that inspired Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil—on one of Savannah’s many ghost tours. If ghosts and hauntings aren’t your thing, October travel to Savannah is still worthwhile. Check out the iconic fountain, antebellum mansions, or the city’s bustling food scene.
We’re not sure there’s ever a bad time to visit Hawaii. In fact, despite this summer’s erupting volcano, Hawaii has managed to keep the welcome mat rolled out. But in October, crowds have calmed, leaving only beautiful weather, beaches, and Hawaii’s signature hospitality.
You’ll find an array of activities on most of Hawaii’s islands. The USS Arizona Memorial on Pearl Harbor in Oahu is one the most popular destinations. Or head to Waikiki beach to catch some waves. Over on Maui, you won’t want to miss the views along Hana Highway in East Maui. The Big Island’s Volcanoes National Park is a landscape unlike any most of us have ever seen. Or check out Hawaii’s agricultural scene with a visit to a pineapple or coffee farm. If you’re staying in a resort, bear in mind that Hawaii is the birthplace of the timeshare. So beware of timeshare scams. Click here to read more about timeshares in Hawaii.
India is the ideal October travel destination. The heat of summer is ebbing away, making daytime temperatures more tolerable. But the real draw in India this time of year is Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. It symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. This 5-day celebration is marked by small clay lamps, new clothes, and amazing feasts. Of course, travelers to India will find amazing experiences throughout the vast country any time of year. Be ready for a feast for the eyes and senses wherever you go. If you’re looking for beaches, head for Goa or Mumbai. Or journey north for the Taj Mahal and other iconic destinations. Everywhere you go, you’ll find amazing food and beautiful colors. It’s not fall foliage but we think it’s just as beautiful.
Didn’t find what you were looking for? Need more ideas for escaping the hum-drum? Then click here for more fall getaways.