TourRadar Announces Adventure Booking Platform Upgrades for Travel Advisors

WHY IT RATES: Travel advisors have a chance to win a trip for two to Egypt. –Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer

TourRadar, the adventure booking platform that offers more than 50,000 multi-day adventures around the world from more than 2,500 reputable and niche operators, has announced the launch of a partner portal that allows travel advisors to search, compare and book private, tailor-made stays. do, and group tours and adventures for clients while earning a competitive commission. Travel advisors who sign up to use TourRadar’s booking platform before Friday, April 29 are entered to win a free trip for two to Egypt.

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Whether Advisors are independent or part of a host agency, they can join for free and get immediate access to researching all of TourRadar’s multi-day adventures in over 160 countries. Advisors can search for the right deal for their clients using a range of filters on TourRadar, including duration, price, age range, and more. Advisors can get even more slots using TourRadar’s unique Adventure Styles which feature adventures based on travel styles including Active, Food & Culinary, Hike & Trek, River Cruise, Safari and more. Adventures can be booked through renowned operators such as Globus, G Adventures, Intrepid or Avalon, as well as a range of destination boutique operators such as Timeless Tours, Sicily Activities and Galapagos Travel, which offer authentic trip and are carefully monitored. TourRadar platform.

Advisors have access to their own Partner Portal dashboard that allows them to easily manage bookings, view commissions earned, manage a team if they are acting as an agency, and discover educational content.

“Having worked with a number of platforms, TourRadar is the most user-friendly and I really appreciate it,” said Sophia David, personal travel consultant at Prestige Travel Group, Narat.

Before TourRadar launched its adventure booking platform a few months ago, there was no technology platform or GDS that allowed travel advisors and agents to easily discover and book tours and adventures from multiple days. In 2019, TourRadar saw more and more agents and advisors using its B2C marketplace to book adventures for their clients. When the pandemic hit and bookings plummeted, TourRadar began investing heavily in its platform. One of its key product initiatives has been to unlock this huge opportunity to provide travel advisors and distribution partners around the world with easy, hassle-free access to our bookable inventory of curated adventures.

“Travel counselors have long been an important client group for us. The majority of the industry still operates offline and we see the benefits for some people of working with their trusted advisor. The pandemic has revealed to us a great need for travel advisors around the world to have better access to quality and niche operators and as a result we have decided to create a platform specifically for advisors to book adventures through us,” said Travis Pittman, CEO of Tourradar. .

Travel agents interested in signing up can do so at For questions regarding the Adventures booking platform, advisors can call or use the LiveChat available on the website.

THE SOURCE: Tourradar release.

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