Peer-to-Peer Travel Companies


  1. Dear Sir,

    Greetings from Ethiopia!

    This is to add my suggested sites to the list of peer-to-peer activities for worldwide private tours.

    I suggest,, and

    Thanks and best regards,

    Muluken Girma

    • dawnzerly

      March 5, 2017 at 7:06 pm

      Thanks Muluken, I already have Vayable and triip listed. Meetrip only advertises tours by professional guides who are certified so I think this does not fall in the peer-to-peer tour category, although their website is very similar to sharing economy sites.

  2. Awesome list, I had no idea there were so many P2P marketplaces out there.

  3. A couple of updates on p2p shipping (findings from trying to list some upcoming trips):

    Sheaply seems to be focused on France
    Backpackbang is only for Bangladesh (it’s listed as Global
    Parcelio, Sociotransit, and Pleasebringme appear to be defunct – their websites still exist but are broken (or in the case of Parcelio, there’s no way to sign up) and their social media hasn’t been updated in 3+ years.

  4. Amazing resource! Another site that should be in this list is – locals from all around the world offer travelers experiences tailored to their interests + different services such as airport pickup, buying tickets in advance, driving you around (or outside) the city, basically being at your disposal for a number of hours and showing you what it would be like to explore that city with a local friend.

  5. Hi Dawnzerly, I appreciate your list, very interesting. I suggest to add also

    • dawnzerly

      December 8, 2017 at 11:44 am

      Hi Luca, it looks like this is more of a cruise booking service than a peer to peer boat rental. I don’t think it fits into my spreadsheet which is focused exclusively on sharing economy travel services. Thanks!

  6. Hello,
    Wich is the best for P2P Tours?

  7. I don’t see, the pioneers for Canada’s RV sharing economy.

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