When guests come to visit your property, they’re also visiting your local area. Luckily, Vamoos’ new GPX Tracks feature makes it easy to map out local trails, routes or self-guided tours. So whether your guests want to walk, drive or cycle, they can check out all the options available and visualise their adventures before they’ve left the breakfast buffet.
Showcase Your Local Knowledge, Digitally
The Vamoos app puts everything you’d normally share via multiple emails and paper documents directly into your guests’ hands via their own devices. Meaning you can share your knowledge of all local routes for hiking, cycling or exploring – complete with recommendations for hidden beaches, the best museums and those hidden local restaurants – at the touch of a button. And you can save a few trees along the way.
Guests Can See Where They Are
No one wants to be staring at their phone the whole time on a holiday adventure. But its always nice to know where you are! Whether they’re hiking at high altitude or cycling a famous bike route, our little blue dot will show guests where they are along a route.
Like most Vamoos features, GPX Tracks will have offline capabilities, meaning that guests can download their trails ahead of their stay with you and still see where they are, even if they’re up a mountain with no internet!
Get in touch with our team if you need help with GPX Tracks.
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