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I’ve always thought of travel as an exercise in a cultural location. Travel is the desire to discover your place in the world by contrasting it with a different culture.
Research shows both convenience and notable attractions drive tour selection. Here’s why.
New Arival data shows U.S. travelers who book tours on mobile devices are of integral importance to operators. Here’s why.
Learn how the global hotel chain is engaging operators for greater guest experience, and how your business can work with Marriott, too.
Recent Arival research shows the reason why many tour takers book tickets through online travel agencies (OTAs) versus your website—and what to do about it. 
Arival dives into the data to understand why nearly half of U.S. travelers don’t take tours—and what you as an operator can do about it.
Change is never easy. For in-destination operators around the world, the need to innovate has never been greater. For Dan Rogoski, president of The Ride in New York City, that meant transforming one of the oldest types of experiences around: the bus tour.
With Instagram and other social media outlets, customers are looking to share their lives and adventures, especially when they’re on vacation. But are you doing enough to make your business stand out?
In March of this year, the innovative online media company Quartz proclaimed that somebody should let Airbnb know that travelers don’t like booking tours and activities online. There is just one problem. They are wrong. Here’s why.
Like it or not, online travel agencies (OTAs) such as TripAdvisor, Expedia, GetYourGuide and many others are becoming a bigger part of sales for Tours, Activities & Attractions. The acquisition of two tech companies in our sector last month brought this issue right into the spotlight.