TakeTours has just released a new, more-user-friendly search box on its website. It is designed to make vacation planning faster and easier than ever, allowing users to further customize their searches as they plan the vacation of their dreams!
Some of the shiny new features include:
Search by multiple destinations at once
Specify a time frame
See how many tours match your selection before viewing the results page
The search results page has a filter so users can narrow down the results
To access the new search box on our website, please visit http://www.TakeTours.com – it is now at the top of each page. If you have any comments or suggestions on this updated feature, please email us at email@example.com.
Photos capture moments in time so we can enjoy them forever, and share them with other people. Vacation pictures are the best pictures of all because they are moments that you never want to lose. We love seeing photos from travelers and we want to share these moments with everyone!
In the new TakeTours Top Travel Photo Contest, we’re giving away free chances to win excellent travel prizes. Simply send us your favorite travel photo. When the voting period begins (August 29th), tell your friends to vote for your submission. The 3 photos that earn the most votes will win prizes. The Grand Prize being a free trip for two!
Want to purchase a tour on TakeTours.com? Now you can have extra peace of mind while making your booking. TakeTours’ new Price Protection policy enables customers to earn a refund should their tour price be marked down.
So go ahead and book that vacation you’ve been dreaming about – TakeTours will ensure that you’re getting the best deal possible!
When you make a purchase on TakeTours.com, our Price Protection Guarantee ensures that you are getting the best price. TakeTours.com will refund the price difference of any tour if the price of that specific tour goes down within 14 days after the purchase. Simply contact our Price Protection team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll process your refund.
Purchasing a vacation package from TakeTours.com is fast and easy. The packages themselves are great deals, and bring you to the most popular travel destinations. But the hotel accommodations that are included in tour packages have always been fixed… until now.
The new Extended Hotel Stay Tool allows you to book extra nights at the hotel of your choice. Is your flight arriving a day early? Do you have other plans after your tour ends? You can book additional nights before or after your tour to accommodate your travel plans! Simply select your hotel from the Extended Hotel Option during the booking process. Your booking is still made in one simple transaction.
Travelers are now able to plan several activities in one trip! Extend your hotel so you can spend time relaxing, shopping, or just exploring on your own. The choice is yours!
It’s a modern day dilemma: you want to see the world. But as gas prices and carbon emissions rise, you also want to avoid negative impacts on both the environment and your wallet. It’s a tricky situation, and one that many would-be travelers face during vacation season. Most don’t realize that the answer to their quandary might be as close as the local bus depot or the stop down the street. Because bus travel is now being recognized for what it is: a cheaper, greener way to travel.
Think about it. Airline fuel surcharges are skyrocketing, adding sometimes hundreds of dollars to already pricey fares. And in big countries like the US, where there’s often lots of distance between airports and “local” sights and attractions, car rental after a flight is often a necessity. Train travel also faces significant challenges in North America: although high speed rail is being planned for certain corridors in the Northeast and parts of the South and California, the infrastructure will take years to develop, and tourists will still face major challenges getting access to more isolated spots like national parks and attractions in the heartland. And in its current state, with aging tracks and equipment, rail travel offers little time savings in exchange for the hefty premiums it charges for a single round trip ticket (which can often be as high as $200+ for a trip from Boston to New York’s Penn Station, for example.) And as regular passengers in the Northeast corridor will tell you, the train ride can often take close to 4 hours–which is about the same amount of time as it takes to drive from Beantown to the Big Apple.