As a tour operator or a guide, you can become a Supplier on Triptipedia. This will allow you to list your tours, activities and transportation services on Triptipedia where they can be booked by travelers visiting the website.
Your tours will appear on multiple pages on Triptipedia and on the websites of our affiliates. To make a booking, the traveler will pay Triptipedia a deposit.
You will then receive an email notifying you that a booking request has been made, it contains all the information (number of people, date, options, etc). You can choose to accept or refuse it.
You get paid either by the traveler on the departure day or directly on your bank account.
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15% - if you're paid in person by the traveler
19% - if you're paid by bank transfer
You won't have to pay anything to us when a booking is made, our fee is paid directly by the traveler.
For each one of your tours you have to select a cancellation policy which defines the refund period: flexible (3 days), moderate (10 days) or strict (30 days).
Early cancellation - the traveler cancels within the refund period:
In case of an early cancellation, you are notified by email that the booking is cancelled.
Late cancellation - the traveler cancels after the refund period or does not show up:
Option 1 - you were getting paid by bank transfer: the traveler is charged for the booking nevertheless. Your funds are therefore secured and you will received your due payment.
Option 2 - you were getting paid in person by the traveler: your funds are not secured and the booking is lost. As a compensation, you will receive a credit of 3.75% of the total price. This credit can be used for cancelling bookings and, in the future, to promote your tours on Triptipedia.
The bank transfer option has a higher fee (19% instead of 15%) but allows you to secure the funds before departure.
This option is available for companies based in: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom & the United States.
That the price listed on Triptipedia, which includes the fee, is your public price.
That you keep your calendar up-to-date and cancel bookings as little as possible.
That the tours you list on Triptipedia are accurate and detailed.
That you keep your clients satisfied and receive positive reviews.