Tourism

Bunnik Tours shows off new-look website, including revamped agent portal

Bunnik Tours has unveiled major changes to its website and agent portal.

Marking the tour operator’s 25th year, the new website is easy to use across mobile and tablet devices allowing for navigation on the go.

Agents will be able to find a wealth of useful information related to Bunnik Tours in the new agent portal, including quizzes, webinars, passenger forms, marketing assets, options to build their own flyers, and tips on how to sell a tour.

There’s also a new go-to section on what makes a Bunnik tour so unique to help agents quickly secure a sale.

Furthermore, a useful FAQ section addresses questions such as the level of mobility passengers will need on a tour, the differences in group size between Bunnik Tours and the Small Group Touring Co. and whether there is an age limit on solo travellers.

Within the marketing assets section, agents can save and use different tiles or images for their social media posts and download different versions of the Bunnik Tours logo.

A screenshot of Bunnik Tours’ new agent portal

There is also a Bunnik Tours XML data feed that enables agents to access up-to-date tour information that can be incorporated into their own website or client application.

The feed, which is free for agents to use, is dynamically generated so that changes published within Bunnik Tours’ content management system are reflected live within the feed.

To help with their product knowledge, agents can register for upcoming webinars or catch up on ones that they have missed.

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