Tour booking software with features designed by travel experts, for travel experts.
Poor interfaces. Rigid, difficult-to-change systems. Low visibility across customer journeys. Booking tours shouldn’t feel like jumping through hoops for you or for travellers. That’s why we’ve designed RezKit, tour booking software with features and functionalities that simplify the experience.
With RezKit, you can increase trip occupancy, free up team members’ time, and enhance the customer journey. It gives you the features we wished we’d had during our time in the travel industry, with the flexibility to add your own.
Allow travellers to book tours, edit their details, and pay in instalments digitally. With our customer-facing interface, you can save time and money. When you do need to get hands-on, it’s easy to make updates or handle requests with our dedicated booking management feature, RezKit Sales.
With the ability to connect to an ever-growing number of APIs and custom-built integrations, RezKit lets you push data into CRMs, engage with customers, automate workflows, track analytics, and send triggers to third-party apps from one interface.
Allocate customers to trips, upload relevant content, track sales, and much more with the all-in-one RezKit Tour Manager add-on. Thanks to our simple yet extensible platform, you can even book products and add-ons managed by your own bespoke systems, or third-party product aggregators.
Revolutionise the entire tour booking experience with RezKit, designed to support a growing list of integrations and APIs.
From marketing to sales, operations to product management, RezKit offers use cases to empower the entire business and accelerate your growth.
Find out how RezKit’s user-friendly features could help you simplify the booking process with a customised demo.
We’re here to help you get the best from RezKit with ongoing support. Whether it’s over the phone or via our how-to guides, we make it easy for developers to unleash their creativity. With 20 years of experience in integrating reservation systems, we’re all-too familiar with the barriers they often face.