Peer-to-Peer Travel Companies Table Here is my table of all the peer to peer sharing economy companies I’ve found so far that are relevant to travelers, excluding home exchange. It is sortable and can be filtered by the type of business (i.e. bike share).
Great job, dawnzerly.
I will be very grateful if you add https://teleportravel.com/en to your list.
Its a marketplace with pre-made itineraries and an online guide for friends and families looking to save time and money on travel planning, as well as a way for authors to earn money.
Hi dawnzerly, I suggest you add the Teleport app (http://teleportapp.io). Guess it suits well in this list.
Please add http://www.luggage-pool.com , its a pioneer in space sharing for bulky items.
I don’t see RVezy.com, the pioneers for Canada’s RV sharing economy.
Thanks, you’re right I didn’t know about RVezy. Will add you to the list!
Wich is the best for P2P Tours?
Hi Mora, check out my posts on the P2P tour companies I’ve tried out and overviews of various options here: https://sharetraveler.com/category/food-fun/activities/ . I haven’t tried them all or even half of them! And they are so diverse in terms of what they offer and where they are in the world that I’m not sure anyone could declare one “the best.”
Hi Dawnzerly, I appreciate your list, very interesting. I suggest to add also https://intersailclub.com
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!
Amazing resource! Another site that should be in this list is BookaFriend.com – 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.
Thanks Elena, that’s a great addition!
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.
Thanks Tonei! I’ll update my list.
Awesome list, I had no idea there were so many P2P marketplaces out there.
Greetings from Ethiopia!
This is to add my suggested sites to the list of peer-to-peer activities for worldwide private tours.
I suggest Vayable.com, Meetrip.com, and triip.me
Thanks and best regards,
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.