TripLocus shows the World through touristic lens, providing unique insights to trippers and a stimulating product to the travel industry.
The advanced and huge catalogs of TripLocus contain from the world's most popular monuments to unknown hidden cascades.
They have lots of contextual information and are constantly being reviewed and updated. Automatically, we process millions of inputs from open data sources.
Popularity indexes, pictures and brief descriptions will let you master any destination in few seconds.
TripLocus implements heat-maps for intuitive visualisation of the relevant zones around a tourist attraction.
The same approach features the searching of keywords on the map.
BEAUTIFUL TRAVEL GUIDES
in a few clicks!
Everything you design in TripLocus can be saved in the cloud as a personal collection of travel guides.
They can be printed, emailed, exported (image, PDF), edited, duplicated, transferred to friends or clients.
As new user of TripLocus, you will get a preloaded set of 100 worldwide travel guides.
PERSONAL TOURISM NAVIGATION
The mobile version of TripLocus fills the gap between popular navigation devices and particular needs we have out there on vacations.
Anywhere you go, be aware of tourist things surrounding you. Find the precise location of any attraction and follow multi-destination circuits.
Then, take your eyes to the best viewpoints of each spot.
ENHANCED ROAD TRIPPING
Find roadside places you may want to visit, and enjoy powerful route planning features.
It is useful for car driving, cycling, trekking. Some users go off-road and use TripLocus to find wonders around non regular paths when
driving a SUV, boating, horse riding or taking an airplane tour.
Satellite & Artistic maps
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1 personal account
0 gift account
200 / month
1 personal account
1 gift account
1,000 / month
3 pro accounts
10 client accounts
10,000 / month
10 pro accounts
50 client accounts
50,000 / month
TripLocus is developed and commercialized by
16 rue André Mazana
31100 Toulouse - FRANCE
Tel. +33 (0)6 74 60 75 29
“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.”
- Ernest Hemingway