Articles tagged “tourradar”

Tour Operators

Adventure Travel: 7 Sector Trends to Track in 2024

Group trips with friends and family, particularly during quieter travel periods, are among the trends defining multi-day adventure itineraries this year.

Adventure Travel: 7 Sector Trends to Track in 2024

Tour Operators

TourRadar Adds 2 Partners for Organized Adventure Tours

Some experiences can take place in a day. Others need at least a week. It requires complex travel planning, but the adventure far outweighs these challenges, which is why TourRadar wants to extend its travel product reach to more travel companies, especially online travel agencies.

TourRadar Adds 2 Partners for Organized Adventure Tours

Travel Agents

Travel Die Hards: Agents Continue to Adapt to Disruption

Managing complexity and adding a human touch has always been the strength of travel agents. They'll need to embrace that as they face the latest travel tech disruptions.

Travel Die Hards: Agents Continue to Adapt to Disruption

Tour Operators

Tour Operators Up Offerings for Solo Travelers

Tour operators making a play for the growing solo travel market need to balance the flexibility of their tour offerings against the right amount of structured planning. While the traditional approach works for some, others are reinventing the solo-travel wheel.

Tour Operators Up Offerings for Solo Travelers

News Blog

TourRadar and Lastminute.com Partner on Bike Tours in Tandem With Tour de France Sponsorship

Just in time for next month's Tour de France, where it is the official travel sponsor, Switzerland-based Lastminute.com debuted multi-day bike holidays powered by adventure-booking platform TourRadar. City bike tour in Amsterdam "Travel like the locals do on a bicycle adventure," a promo on Lastminute.com reads. "Ride off-the-beaten-track through the hills of┬áNorthern Thailand, glide past…