Your Wyndham Timeshare Vacation and its Economic Impact on Fiji

WorldMark Resort Denarau Island timeshare
Wyndham's WorldMark Resort Denarau Island Timeshare

Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific, (Wyndham timeshare) has announced the start of construction on Stage 3 of WorldMark Resort Denarau Island. When completed, this Fiji timeshare resort is expected to be one of the largest tourism developments in the Fijian islands.

The renovation plans include construction of 63 amazing timeshare villas, both one and two-bedroom units, as well as 3 and 4-bedroom presidential villas that will feature private dip pools overlooking the ocean. (Are you beginning to envision yourself vacationing there?)

Architect Guymer Bailey along with the Fijian firm, Architects Pacific, will handle the new design with much of the support work for construction, furnishings and fixtures to be provided by local Fijian consultants, subcontractors and suppliers. Michael Fairfax, Managing Director of PBS, noted that their company is very excited to get started on the project, which will likely be the largest building construction job in Fiji and will employ hundreds of workers and subcontractors in a variety of trades over the course of the next 18 months.

Wyndham Timeshare

Current Wyndham timeshare owners and guests will be pleased to know that the construction on the expansion will be localized to the new project area, with minimal impact on the serenity of upcoming Wyndham Fiji timeshare vacations at WorldMark Resort Denarau Island.

In keeping with Wyndham Green, Wyndham Worldwide’s global sustainability initiative, environmentally sustainable features will be incorporated into the redevelopment. Such initiatives include the use of local timbers, natural lighting when possible along with energy saving lighting, water saving devices, and cross-flow ventilation plus energy efficient cooling systems.