6 OTAs that help build itineraries and book

21st century is the world of technology. Everyone wants easy and pre-platted work. Now creating the online itineraries  has become so easy. Save time and save money.

Why Increase your Hotel Expos­ure on OTA’s?

  • Increased vis­ib­il­ity while trav­el­lers search online
  • Boost in book­ings through the bill­board effect on hotel’s own web­site and off­line by trav­el­lers who dis­cover the hotel through OTA’s
  • Cre­ates interest, devel­ops brand recog­ni­tion and familiarity
  • Increased searches for the hotel online

travel itineraryWe have picked a selec­tion of the spe­cial itineraries sites worth con­sid­er­ing for  brand visibility.

  1. Trip planning is made fun with TripHobo’s smart and intuitive trip planner. With over 200,000 user generated itineraries, you can choose between an existing itinerary or plan your own trip. Read about more than 14000 destinations across the world and explore useful tips to create your trip plan.
  2. TripIt can build an itinerary based on your travel confirmation emails. Simply forward all of your booking emails – flight, hotel, car rental, and others – to plans@tripit.com , and TripIt will create a single itinerary within minutes.
  3. With 85% of travelers bringing their mobile device on their trips, it becomes crucial for travel companies to connect and engage with their clients during their entire journey. mTrip provides a comprehensive and innovative mobile solution to engage customers after booking, before departure and at destination.
  4. Mygola has changed its business model to become a one-stop-shop for travel itineraries, abandoning its previous trip planning portal.
  5. Staycations—leisure trips to nearby destinations—were at one time a by-product of a poor economy. Now an increasing number of travelers look for experiences at hotels in their own backyards.
  6. HolidayMe is a Dubai-based travel startup that offers customizable tour packages including hotels, activities and transfers. The startup is focused on the Middle East in its early stages.

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