For the recent years, the tourism sector had been seriously affected by the economic crisis. Timeshare industry as a part of this sector was also down, which was characterized by low sales and many owners trying to get out of their timeshares. However, as forecast by some financial analysts, the economy could be better this year and there will a rebound for the timeshare industry. Take for example the tourism sector of Jamaica this year. As visitors to the island increased by four per cent in 2009, there is plenty for timeshare owners to enjoy besides the splendid sun and sand in Jamaica.
Timeshare owners can have a special holidaying experience in Jamaica. As Francesca Escery, global sales director of Cheapflights.co.uk puts it, timeshare owners will not only benefit from the warm, dry winters and hot, humid summers, there are also a variety of attractions and some stunning beaches,.
The Negril's seven miles of pristine beaches and fantastic cliff top views are said to be a must for visitors to the island. On the other hand, the secluded shores of Treasure Beach on the southern coast of Jamaica are great for those seeking a hideaway location. Montego Bay is also a popular attraction, with its coral reefs and blue lagoons.
The economic crisis worsened the plights of the timeshare owners and as a result, many of them want to get rid of their units. Some of them even hire a timeshare transfer company such as the Transfer Smart just to get rid of it. Meanwhile, the latest update does not imply that the economy is in its full recovery yet but it indicates that we are not far from that road at this point. It shows for the tourism sector in a country like Jamaica as the number of visitors in 2009 showed an increase.