Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) March 02, 2013
According to Travel Services MyTSOnline, "These deals to Phuket are outstanding. Members are really excited about their upcoming vacations. It's fun to find ways to really make this Earth seem like such a small planet, that everything is in reach. And when members see the deals we can get, their faces light up, and it just makes it fun to go to work every day."
Because everyone travels a little different, the details can vary too greatly, in that some may want a hotel, some may want a timeshare resort. The best deals are for those who travel within 60 days and take advantage of the Hot Weeks. Though even with hotels, members can receive a price of up to 40% less than they've seen on a website. Members can receive up to 30% off on their car rentals.
Travel Services is a travel club where members pay a one time membership fee, and then have the right to book as much travel as they want at cost. They also get access to resort condos all over the world without having to cope with the limitations in the timeshare industry.
October to April (cold weather season in the northern hemisphere) is high season as people escape their harsh winters and flock to nicer climates. Some people suggest November to February as the high high season - when the island is at its very busiest.
If you enjoy the nightlife and crowds, it's a good time to come. If you are a people watcher, it is also a fun time to just sip a beer and watch people walk by. Winter is also the time of year when the sea is much calmer and clearer and so perhaps better for scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming in the sea.
Some people really like low season (summer and the rainy season) as the island is quieter and traffic is easier - and resort and hotel fares drop by 1/3 to 1/2.
Some people though are put off by the rougher seas and some beaches will have a strong undertow. It is not always safe to swim as the sea reacts to the weather. Swimming for children in particular is probably not safe unless you seek protected waters on the bay side of the island.