We know it takes a lot of time and effort to find the right tour or travel activity online, especially when you compare to flights and hotels. It’s all due to the sector of tours and activities being much more fragmented. To help you speed up the process, we have curated a list of 25 websites where you can book tours and travel activities online. They include some of the major Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) where you can book tours directly but also smaller players offering more unique experiences.
TourScanner is the No 1 meta-search engine for tours & travel activities. Search over 15 bookings websites and find your ideal travel activity at the best price.
Probably the biggest online travel agency specialized in Tours & Activities. The American specialist Viator has been bought by Tripadvisor in 2012 and offers a massive worldwide catalog. You can now book Viator products via TripAdvisor website.
The German-based startup Getyourguide offers the second biggest catalog available on the web with over 30,000 different things to do.
With over 1 million customers, Headout is a great source of things to do all over the world. They also propose a great app to book your tours or activities.
The Italian startup Musement has a great choice of local tours and attractions. Check their catalog, you may be surprised.
The French startup Ceetiz was launched in 2012 and offers a wide selection of tours & attractions in France and has also expanded their catalog worldwide quickly, a great source of inspiration.
Isango, The UK-based specialist retailer of tours, experiences and attraction tickets, proposes over 10,000 tours in more than 300 major destinations.
Mainly used by travel agents, City-Discovery has over 9000 tours & activities bookable on its platform.
Recently entered in the Tours & Travel activities market in 2015, Expedia catalog is worth having a look.
Airbnb has recently launched Airbnb Experiences - connecting travelers to local hosts to enjoy true local experiences.
Focusing on entrance tickets for museums & attractions, you may find great deals at Tiqets.
Focusing on the US market, Peek offers a wide selection of tours & activities thanks to its network of operators using their booking software.
Adrenaline Hunter has definitely the best catalog in terms of outdoor activities - +3800 differents offers worldwide.
Thousands of activities all over the globe, Project Expedition is a great source of inspiration for travelers looking for cool things to do.
With +10,000 tours & activities worldwide, Thrillophilia is a great online travel agency to be checked out.
Websites to Book Tours - Focus on Asia
Based in Hong Kong, Klook offers great deals particularly on attractions tickets.
With over 10,000 offers across 500 cities, KKday is expanding its catalog fast.
Based in Japan, Veltra has +7000 tours promoted on its platform with a great selection in Asia.
Singapore-based startup, eOasia offers unique experiences all over Asia. They have a catalog of over 2800 offers.
With over 3000 activities, Voyagin is the best Marketplace for Japan. A must-try if you are visiting Japan.
Websites to Book Tours - Focus on Australia and New Zealand:
With a deep catalog in Australia & New Zealand, Leezair is a must-visit marketplace when planning your next holiday.
Experience Oz is another marketplace focusing on Australia, a great source of information.
This Australian marketplace Adrenaline has been focusing on outdoor activities for adrenaline & adventure seekers.
Websites to Book Tours - With locals
With over 1200 tours, WithLocals offers travelers to enjoy a city like a local.
Similar to WithLocals, Toursbylocals has over 2200 guides you can book on their platform all over the world.
Likealocalguide is a great website to get in touch with locals. Their forum can be also a great source of information.
We hope our recommended list of websites will make your life easier. Next time when you want to book a tour, you know where to go. 😉
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