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Our operators fall under a broad category that encompasses numerous businesses. Some big, well-known companies, like TUI and Jet2holidays, even run their own airlines and hotel chains. This allows them to use not only their own inventory but also inventory from other travel suppliers.

Additionally, there are specialty tour companies that concentrate solely on experiential travel, such as Adventure, Exodus, or Intrepid Travel. Travel) or those that focus on one-of-a-kind, bespoke luxury tours designed specifically for each traveler (such as Abercrombie & Kent, Scott Dunn, Black Tomato, ETG, and others). In addition, as previously stated, small local businesses participate who sell a single or a number of local products, such as cooking classes, guided tours, safaris, and other local activities.

sourcing and distribution of the inventory. Tour operators either develop their own travel offerings or acquire inventory from local suppliers. They either sell directly to travelers (in the office or through a website) or sell their products to OTAs, DMCs, or other operators.