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Travel is booming once again across the world with the Coronavirus pandemic now nothing more than a bad memory for the vast majority of people. Travel is back in full flow and borders are once again open which means we can all book holidays again without any concerns. 

Although there are hundreds of existing businesses and apps out there that are aimed at the travel demographic, there are even more being launched. Today, we’re going to look at five of the best travel startups that are worth keeping an eye on in 2024. 

We believe that by the end of the year, all of these businesses will be considered “must-haves” for travel addicts across the world. 

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Travel startups that will be huge in 2024 – Our top five

Navan

With many businesses now sending workers abroad on overseas trips again, having an all-in-one business expense platform is essential. Navan makes it easy for the employee to make bookings and file their expenses while it also makes it simple for the employer to track what money is being spent and where. 

By using a Navan card, the platform automatically tracks all expenses, saving a job for the person on the trip and the finance department back home. The need for receipts is no more with Navan which will revolutionise the business/travel market in 2024. 

Behomm

Behomm is a fairly niche platform for creative professionals. The platform pairs users up for home exchange so that creatives can continue to work in an environment that lends itself to their aesthetic preferences. It may seem trivial to some, but for a lot of creatives, working in a bland/generic office can often dampen their spirits and de-energise them. 

Behomm’s emphasis on aesthetics and design not only helps travelling professionals to work in an environment that suits their needs but also creates fantastic partnerships. Through Behomm, you may well just find a new cross-country, cross-culture business association. 

TakeUp

Given that we are now in the age of AI, it was only natural that travel companies would get involved. TakeUp is a startup company that is mainly beneficial for independent hotels and BnB hosts who want to know when the best time is to raise and drop prices. In turn, this can obviously benefit consumers who are looking to snag a deal. 

TakeUp levels the playing for revenue management between smaller hotels and large chains as it allows them to adjust room rates based on market insights provided by artificial intelligence. The task of manually checking rates can be exhausting for boutique hotel owners but thanks to TakeUp, they will have more time for other things. 

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Way

‘Way’ is a platform that has the potential to improve guest experiences at hotels while also improving the amount of money hotels can gain from customers via ‘extras’. Way is essentially an online platform that changes the way customers book experiences offered at a hotel, whether it be an excursion or a spa treatment. 

Traditionally, these types of extras require customers to go to a booking desk, listen to a representative reel off information about each extra and then either pay in cash or find a debit card that works overseas. 

Through Way, hotel guests can skip all of that hassle and just skim through their platform to read about the different offerings and then book/pay with a few clicks of a button. It’s convenient for the consumer and that should benefit the retailer.

Roadsurfer

Roadsurfer is a relatively new startup that has seemingly found a niche in the travel market. One of the most popular forms of travel these days in Europe for young people is interrailing whereby you hop from one country to the next via train. 

Roadsurfer has provided people interested in this type of trip to an alternative to rail transport. Through the platform, users can rent out customized camper vans in 13 countries across Europe. You could pick your campervan up in Spain and then drop it off in Germany once you are done with it.

Andy is a Professional Content Editor with expertise in a whole host of areas (or so he tells us anyway). His main interests are Startups, innovation and social media. He has reviewed over 100 startups so far for startup.info

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