Club Wyndham members have a new option to spend their holidays after the timeshare operator joined forces with Tourism Holdings Limited’s Maui Motorhomes to offer an alternative way to use their credits for the year.
The year-long partnership is open from 1 October and runs to 30 September 2022, enabling eligible Club Wyndham members who are also part of Wyndham Destinations Asia-Pacific’s optional Lifestyle by Wyndham tiered program to book a six-berth ‘River’ model Maui motorhome for blocks of seven nights at a time, although members don’t need to use the vehicle for the whole period if they so choose.
The agreement also includes some flexibility in the event COVID-19 restrictions force cancellation, in which case bookings can be transferred to other members.
The tie-up is similar to one like it last year when motorhome holidays were made available for Club Wyndham members through Apollo Motorhomes. This agreement expires at the end of September 2021 when the new offer from Maui Motorhomes takes effect.
Maui Motorhomes vehicles are all locally built and less than three years old, meaning the company offers one of the most modern campervan fleets in Australia.
“This partnership gives members the license to create a personalised holiday itinerary to either explore own their backyard or travel as far as they want, which can be changed in response to the COVID-19 situation at the time,” said Wyndham Destinations President and Managing Director, International Operations, Barry Robinson.
“With the potential for border restrictions to persist for a little while and, in many cases, limit holiday possibilities, we are excited to provide this unique option and expect it will prove to be exceptionally popular.”
Tourism Holdings Limited Chief Commercial and Customer Officer, Ollie Farnsworth, said the company was pleased to be partnering with Wyndham Destinations Asia-Pacific and was looking forward to providing incredible experiences to timeshare club owners.
Club Wyndham South Pacific currently offers access (under normal movement permissions) to 52 resorts in Australia, New Zealand, Bali, Thailand, Fiji, Japan, Europe and Hawaii.