Travel technology platform The Bali Bible today unveils the rollout of its new ‘Travel Now, Pay Later’ capabilities.
Travellers will be able to book their entire travel experience on The Bali Bible including accommodation, flights, entire holiday packages and activities with five months to pay off their trip interest free. A disruptor to the travel sector, The Bali Bible was created by Co-Founders Simon and Lani te Hennepe.
Custom built to be a customer centric platform, TRAVLR continues to expand its reach with new destinations and new experiences offered through the platform. The introduction of the ‘Travel Now, Pay Later’ capabilities is estimated to bring in $10 million in revenue on the platform with domestic tourism in Australia and international tourism to Bali, Fiji, Tahiti, Thailand, Vietnam, New Zealand, Cruising and Touring being the most popular destinations and categories.
Founder and CEO Simon te Hennepe says he’s thrilled to launch Australia’s largest ‘Pay Later’ travel solution and is keen to see how Australians respond to the great offer.
“We’re excited to offer the largest inventory for a pay later solution on our platform. TRAVLR offers customers a seamless dream and inspiration experience all the way through to the booking funnel, enabling travellers a truly one-stop solution for all their travel needs. Adding in a pay later solution just completes that big picture of dreaming, easily booking and experiencing travel for us as a business,” he said.
“TRAVLR was designed to completely disrupt the travel sector, building a consumer focused platform with personalised content that inspired travellers while planning their next adventure. TRAVLR uses technology to create the very best digital experience for a traveller that is seamless, enjoyable and one that inspires repeat use,” says te Hennepe.
TRAVLR was created to address a major issue in the travel industry: successfully consolidating the biggest players in the industry all into one site, seamlessly connecting you with real, personalised recommendations and user-generated content through a single booking transaction.
The ‘Travel Now, Pay Later’ roll-out on TRAVLR kicks off this week and will be available across 840,000 hotels and hotels from all around the world.
About TRAVLR: TRAVLR is the brainchild of Melbourne based Co-Founders Simon and Lani te Hennepe, the creators of successful travel platform The Bali Bible, the pre-eminent site to book, experience and travel in Indonesia and Bali. Celebrating ten years of The Bali Bible later this year, the team at TRAVLR this week will launch their platform globally, offering an end-to-end travel solution for travellers in one spot.
For more information visit www.travlr.com