Don’t let your tour customers fade away – re-engage with them and stay relevant through regular communications, waiver software tools and loyalty incentives.
COVID-19 has profoundly affected adventure tourism, but may also open up new markets. Here are ways to adapt through smart marketing and electronic waivers.
The way we travel, interact, and share data is adapting to fit new restrictions and needs. We’ve investigated what your business needs to move forward and found some simple solutions you can get started with right away.
Guest blog post by PicThrive, the leading photo & video sales and marketing platform for adventure tourism operators around the world. At PicThrive, we’re committed to helping tour operators grow, which is why we’re sharing our knowledge with you! Your guests might have had an incredible time during your tour, however, pictures give them something
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For those of you who don’t know, Wherewolf is based in Queenstown, New Zealand, also known as the ‘Adventure Capital of the World’. Staff days out here include screaming in the Fear Factory, drinks in Below Zero temperatures and canyoning across Gibbston Valley. So we like to think we’re pretty aware of the importance your