Whether you’re planning a family vacation to the tropics or a solo journey through South East Asia, planning a trip involves a lot of big decisions. Which airline should you use? Where should you stay? What are you going to do when you get there?

Until now, researching your travel plans took hours of sifting through Google searches and browsing travel sites, but some new travel tools are bringing all of the relevant data to your fingertips, helping make quick, informed decisions about the details for your next vacation.

Published by comparison engine FindTheBest, you can now search for and compare your travel options based on objective data. Can’t decide which airline to book with? Their airline comparison helps filter through the options by price per checked bag, percentage of flights arriving on time and customer service rating.

Know you want to take the family to an all-inclusive resort, but have no idea where to start looking? The resort comparison lets you search through over 900 resorts by price range, resort features & activities, locale and more.

Whether you’re looking for a dude ranch for the family or the best ski resorts to escape for the winter, these tools can really be helpful for planning a trip. They’ve even got a tool to help find the best frequent flyer program, comparing programs by membership benefits, airline alliance, award options and more.

Next time you’re planning a trip, don’t waste time on countless sites trying to figure out what to do, take a look at these tools for a new way to research travel.

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1 Comment on “Travel Tools: Customize Your Travel Research”


    great tools, it will be seriously helpful for tourists.

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