The Best Travel Startup Companies of 2022

It looks like travel has begun to pick up again after a couple of slow years. That said, you might have begun with planning that dream vacation you want to go on. Just you, your wife, your loved ones, your friends – there’s something, somewhere for you. But what if you need a little help getting that vacation in place? It’s here that you may want to turn to a travel startup company.

 

There are tons out there now, offering both in-person and online services to help make your dream vacation less of a nightmare. While their services may add to the cost somewhat, they’ll also add to the overall enjoyment.

Here now is a quick wrap-up of the top 10 travel startup companies you’ll find right now. Each one has exquisite services that will help you with wanting to get away for a while.

Despite the oddball name, YouTravel.me isn’t joking around when it comes to setting up tours for out-of-town visitors. Using its website, it can help book local experts for taking you on boat tours, around the city and other types. What’s more, it has a huge variety available, with over 12,000 to choose from. And each one has guaranteed “departures,” provided you don’t actually run late for your trip.

#9: Bespoke

The next time you book a hotel for travel, see if they utilize Bespoke. This travel startup offers an AI-powered chatting service to help guests. In it, it provides answers to questions surrounding the area, as well as recommendations for restaurants and more. It can also answer questions about the hotel, like if Wi-Fi is offered and what other amenities are available. Considering its growth over the years, Bespoke has a lot to say.

Why can’t you turn your next trip into a game? (And no, we don’t mean Pokémon GO.) With Questo, you can do just that. It offers a number of quests that provide details about the city you’re visiting, along with surprising little places to visit. What’s more, it’s pretty widespread, covering 100 cities thus far, with more being added regularly. Who says your next trip around town has to be boring? Go on a Questo!

#7: Lodgify

There are a number of handy travel websites out that offer booking and other services. But isn’t it a pain to jump from site to site? Thanks to the travel startup Lodgify, that’s a thing of the past. It utilizes the best of these sites, including Airbnb and Expedia, to book accommodations easily, while also managing anything you have set to go. That way you don’t lose out – or don’t waste time skipping between sites.

There are a lot of you out there that love the camping lifestyle, even if that doesn’t mean necessarily going to the woods. So why not make the most of it with a camping travel startup? With Tentrr, users can look at available amenities and book traditional campsites. In addition, they can also amp up their “glamping” experience in case they need just a little bit of tech to get by.

Let’s say you don’t need an advanced booking trip. But rather, you want a travel startup that simply sets you up with the local tour guides directly. Look no further than Very Local Trip, which will connect you properly with, well, the locals. And what’s more, they’re fairly easy to reach as well.

Suppose it’s not just you doing the traveling, but also members of your business. And you want to organize that ideal company retreat. Turn to YouLi, which can help create travel itineraries and plans for everyone in your group, as well as payment options. It’s simple and convenient to use, and even your boss won’t be too level-headed for it.

#3: Vacasa

Sometimes, having an Airbnb isn’t enough. You want something that feels like a secondary home, and more secure at that. Vacasa does just that, offering tons of vacation homes to rent worldwide. Furthermore, it goes the extra mile with security add-ons, interior design services, and even housekeeping. Think of it as a hotel, but definitely next-level.

For you road trippers that have your own RV, this is the travel startup for you. Harvest Hosts is all things RV-related, with memberships going around $100-$120 a year. With it, you get access to a huge RV community, along with access to a number of locations across both the U.S. and Canada. Plug in and enjoy your travel!

#1: Hopper

Hopper has come a long way since its establishment a few years ago, thanks to its technological savvy in booking flights and hotels. It’s continued to grow through the pandemic and now offers even more services through Hopper Cloud, which connects through various travel partners. Hop on it and don’t miss out!

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