Across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, “Travel” is one of the most shared topics. As adventure-seekers, we’re inspired by the epic tours our friends, family, and peers post about on social media platforms. Some of the most adventurous or “Instagrammable” photos pique our interests and for the majority of us, leads to an inevitable booking.
If your tour booking platform is too confusing, customers may leave to find a site that has a simple user interface (UI) instead. Users visiting your website must have a good — if not great, experience.
As of today, “When can we travel again?” is the #2 question in Google travel trends. Travel-related searches are starting to rise again so it’s safe to say that people are ready to explore somewhere new.
Origin was founded to help eliminate barriers to entry for folks who want to explore new places. We believe everyone should be free to explore and enjoy Nature without the threat of violence or intimidation. There’s a lot of work to be done in the outdoor industry to make this possible and it starts with us listening and empathizing, then taking action — every day. If you don’t know what to do, we’ve included links below to organizations that have curated lists of actionable steps specific to the outdoor industry. Start there. Colorado Organizations Boosting Diversity and Inclusion in the...
When your booking software is easy to use, it makes it easier for people to research and book online at any time and place and keeps you organized. This leads to more bookings and less stress of managing a tour guide company.
Streamlined booking will be essential in a post-COVID-19 era because the travel industry will never be the same. While travel has dropped significantly, it will bounce back. When it does, tour guides and operators need to take advantage of the available modern technology.
“It’s so important to do something every day that will make you happy.”Bob Ross Bob Ross was the man of the people - someone who could rally us all around a simple canvas. He showed us we could create anything and move mountains. We hope you’re staying safe out there. Here’s our weekly Dirt Digest with our latest Journal post and some happy little diversions. Keep nurturing the stoke to explore. We will be out there soon enough. 5 Outdoor Podcasts That Will Make You See Nature Differently Outdoor podcasts are the new campfire stories during this time. Everyone loves...