Rezdy and Sightseeing Pass have joined forces in a move that makes it simpler and more cost effective for travellers to experience Western Australia’s attractions.
Sightseeing Pass is a new instant booking platform that easily enables visitors to Western Australia to plan their trip ahead, by combining offerings from multiple local tour operators.
Rezdy is an independent global technology provider to the tour and activity industry. With more than 4000 products currently listed on Rezdy Marketplace, it’s one of the largest databases of local and international tour and activity suppliers in Australia.
The partnership is a win-win for tour operators and the consumer. It provides Sightseeing Pass with access to a greatly expanded inventory of tours and attractions, and Rezdy with the ability to offer bundled products in a single booking.
Sightseeing Pass Director Lisa D’Souza said that research revealed that visitors weren’t just looking to book one tour, but several in the one transaction.
“We first launched with 40 products from WA. Now with the relationship between Rezdy and Sightseeing Pass – which is WA’s leading e-commerce tourism platform – we have the ability to expand up to 200 products,” Mrs D’Souza said.
“It is ideal partnership for the market, particularly for product demand in an e-commerce environment – Sightseeing Pass was designed for the mutual benefit of the operator and the customer.
“Rather than researching, then making individual bookings, Sightseeing Pass users can bundle tours and activities from different suppliers into a single discounted pass and complete the checkout with one transaction – it’s never been easier,” Mrs D’Souza said.
Simon Lenoir, Rezdy CEO said that one of Rezdy’s key goals is to drive more business to their customers.
“What we do is help suppliers get more bookings by making their products visible to the global travel market. We’re thrilled to partner with Sightseeing Pass and for our Western Australian customers to be showcased on such an innovative and user-focussed platform,” Mr Lenoir said.