Startups For Travel

Love to travel but also have an inclination for responsibility? A few new startups are pioneering a different way to travel for those who are focused on things other than just arriving at their destination.


This platform is a way for travelers to connect with fitness instructors where they are for any given amount of time. For the fitness-oriented bunch that hates taking days off, this is a great way for them to find yoga instructors, cycling classes and weigh the experience based on past users.


In a world where we have all become more eco-friendly, travelling in a way that has the least impact on the environment has become a top priority for many. For travellers looking to stay in “green” hotels, this is a way to find exactly that. The platform will list hotels and ranks them in order of their “green rating”.


For those looking to travel to Bhutan, this is a way to navigate the booking process that comes with a visit to the area. The steps to obtain a visa and bypass government roadblocks are difficult to those who are unfamiliar with the process, this is a way to ease the headache a tourist might encounter.


There are so many booking platforms on the web in today’s internet, it leaves a traveller spending hours sifting through sites to find the best deal in the best location. Orbirental is an app that aims to simplify the booking process and find you the best deal no matter the platform it lives on. Scanning sites such as Airbnb, Someway, and ARBO, this app plans on streamlining the process in order to increase response time, increase occupancy and user experience.

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