Technology

Inspiring Vacations teams up with Tripfuser to introduce tailored travel solution

Travel tech player Tripfuser has partnered with Inspiring Vacations introduce a personalised travel solution which claims to offer industry-leading turnaround times.

Tailor-Made Travel enables travellers to design their perfect holiday by deciding who they travel with, where they travel to, and what they’ll see and do on their bespoke trip, all powered by Tripfuser and backed by Inspiring Vacations’ 24/7 team of travel specialists.

From basic getaways to indulgent escapes, to large groups or small, trips can be tailored to any destination and any duration. Travellers can also customise or privatise any existing Inspiring Vacations tour through Tailor-Made Travel.

While designing their vacation, users will be introduced to an expert travel specialist who will become their personal travel advisor.

Brendon Cooper, head of travel at Inspiring Vacations, said: “The partnership between Tripfuser and Inspiring Vacations is going to allow customers and agents to engage in tailor-made travel like never before with unprecedented convenience, swift turn-arounds and competitive pricing, backed by Inspiring Vacations’ market-leading service and national agency support.”

Tripfuser founder Matt Beard said: “Tripfuser is committed to supporting the Australian travel industry and are delighted to partner with Inspiring Vacations.

“Our partnership is an exciting step forward in tailored travel, bringing an industry-leading solution to the rapidly-growing market of travellers seeking personalised travel solutions.”

To celebrate the launch of Tailor-Made Travel, Inspiring Vacations is giving away a $50 Coles Myer gift card for every booking made via the new offering in September.



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