Holiday Package is a holiday arranged by a travel company for a fixed price that includes the cost of your hotel and transport, and sometimes meals and entertainment.

Package holidays – in recent years they’ve fallen sharply out of fashion. Quite simply, the internet has made it easier and more fun to book travel arrangements independently, and the role of the tour operator has seemed less and less relevant. But the world has also become more unstable and uncertain over the last few years, and, in our rush to be independent, we seem to have forgotten the advantages of booking a package.

The rise of the DIY (Do It Yourself) traveller has been well-documented by the industry over the past few years.? To meet the needs of the DIY traveller, travel companies need to utilise their access to customer data and technology in order to create a digital experience that enables customers to plan and book with ease and convenience – thus serving them on their own terms. However, this has also resulted in many businesses de-bundling the package holiday as we have traditionally known it so that their customers can create their own experience from scratch.

In this day and age, the importance of being able to access a wide variety of quality suppliers cannot be underestimated. We can integrate suppliers into our solutions that will allow your business to offer the most varied and up-to-date products including flights, transfers, accommodation, insurance, car hire and holiday packages.


Travelomatix is an award winning travel technology platform, enabling the travel agencies, tour operators and holiday companies to leverage the key benefits of OTA platform. Travelomatix as a brand, is identified by improved ROI for customers while leveraging using the “travelomatix technology” and superb client servicing, leading to customer retention and customer base expansion.

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