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The impact of online travel agencies, or OTAs, on the tours, activities, and attractions market is far more significant than their market share. Here’s why.
As Amazon’s surprise entry into online travel experiences continues the industry debate about virtual tours, some operators are finding opportunity in unexpected ways.
According to a new Arival report on sales and distribution, the pandemic could do in 12 months what OTAs and tech companies have struggled to do for decades.
Reports on the summer season coming in from across our industry range from the exceptional to the exceptionally depressing. These two charts say it all.
Since early March Arival has been tracking the impact of the pandemic on tour, activity, and attraction operators worldwide. Take a few minutes to take this study update, and we’ll share the results with our industry.
Nearly 4 in 5 of the world’s top attractions are open, sort of, and there are notable differences around the world. We crunched Headout’s Attraction Tracker data to see what’s what.
The apparent public health success stories have yet to bring a vibrant regional travel scene, as international travel within Asia remains limited, but a gradual return has begun.
Vacation rentals are surging in popularity during the pandemic, and with the right moves, some activity providers could benefit
Arival releases the most in-depth market sizing analysis of travel and tourism’s third-largest and most overlooked sector
A new report from Arival delves into the applications, opportunities, and providers of mobile self-guided tours for tour and activity operators.