The .TRAVEL domain has enjoyed a great deal of popularity over the years because it’s a straightforward TLD that can be used very practically by end users. These four websites have embraced the domain to create travel and tourism websites that stand out.
The idea behind packandgo.travel is to connect adventurers with last-minute vacations at discount prices. The available trips range from tourist-favorite destinations like Italy to the Arctic Circle or the North Pole for more adventurous travelers. The .TRAVEL domain works perfectly with the website’s name and provides context for what visitors can expect before they hit the page.
The official tourism website for Fiji has adopted the domain fiji.travel, as a convenient way to learn more about the destination or plan an upcoming trip. It provides recommendations for where to stay, what to do, and even offers a planning tool that helps prospective tourists create an itinerary that fits their schedule.
Want to set off on a new adventure, but have no idea where to go? The website vivere.travel helps globetrotters discover new destinations. Use the filters to give some general guidelines on where or when you’re planning to travel and where you’re departing from, and then let Vivere do the rest—it’ll match you with a vacation that you’re sure to love.
The New York Times‘ spin-off section, T Magazine, shares stories from around the world about interesting people and exciting destinations. To make it more convenient for readers to navigate to the page, they’ve set up tmagazine.travel as a simple access point. The URL saves readers the annoyance of clicking through a bunch of menus to find the travel content they’re looking for.
Please note that the .TRAVEL domain is restricted to those in the travel industry.