Tourism sites need to be attractive and 'sellable'. Opting for the Divi theme becomes strategic since you can build all types of websites with it!
From portfolios to designs to features, this selection shows the range of what can be done with Divi in the tourism industry.
Some of these tourism sites are professional sites of agencies, tour operators, campsites or tourist offices...
So there is also a wide variety of styles and needs.
It is often possible to book services online (cruises, tours, camping sites, etc.).
When the site is attached to a particular place, it is very interesting to see how its design and style gives us a taste of escape.
- 1 - Rock my adventure
- 2 - Busses Camping
- 3 - Walk on Kunanyi
- 4 - Hamburg Tourist Office
- 5 - Iceberg Quest Tour
- 6 - SeaTREK Helmet Diving
- 7 - Egasail Orion
- 8 - Mykonos Seajets
- 9 - Zionsville Tourist Office
- 10 - Camping Gl Aalbo
- 11 - Military Vehicle Tour
- 12 - Maru Charters
- Last word... on these 12 tourism sites made with Divi
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1 - Rock my adventure
Rock My Adventure is a small tour company that offers expeditions in Africa.
Their site takes good advantage of Divi with a rich homepage, About, Testimonials and FAQ sections, as well as a shop for booking travel online.
It harmoniously mixes the "roots" and modern sides for an inspiring result!
2 - Busses Camping
Busses Camping is one of the Divi tourism sites that makes the most of this tool.
He is promoting a campsite in Freiburg, Germany.
The homepage has interesting image overlays and graphic choices for the transition between the different parts.
The About and Camping sections (with video, mini-portfolio and dynamic counters) focus on a very well thought-out storytelling.
It supports several languages and the possibility to book online. The result is friendly and warm!
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3 - Walk on Kunanyi
Walk on Kunanyi is the website of a small agency that organises walks on Mount Kunanyi in Tasmania (Australia).
The design is consistent with the colours of the place (green, brown, ochre), with sections to present the tours, the place and the agency.
The blog contains quite a few articles, but it is very well presented, with fixed width and variable height thumbnails in two columns. It is of course possible to book online.
4 - Hamburg Tourist Office
Back to Germany, this time with a tourist office website - Hamburg's to be exact.
Their site perfectly reflects the urban atmosphere, with its straight lines and sharp angles and its warm, bright tones.
The homepage displays dynamic blocks, with a background parallax.
The different sections emphasise practicality, with a very professional side (Hamburg is also a very commercial business centre).
We regret a little the lack of warmth that results from this, but this is an institutional site - and in this sector, it is one of the most successful!
5 - Iceberg Quest Tour
This is clearly one of the most original and dynamic Divi tourism sites.
Iceberg Quest is a cruise company that offers trips to the Arctic seas.
Their site is a bit heavy to loadBut the reward is there.
It opens with a dynamic introduction, which is followed by a magnificent onepage site with a dominant orange and slate colour.
You are immediately immersed in the polar seas!
The booking functionality is outsourced to a third party site (bookeo), which I think is a good choice not to overload this already impressive site.
6 - SeaTREK Helmet Diving
The SeaTREK agency offers full helmet dives to walk on the bottom of the water.
This highly original concept requires a site that stands out while clearly displaying the service offered.
A very attractive full-page video on the home page, followed by a CTA to find out about the activity.
An interactive map completes the package to show where SeaTREK can be found.
The discovery continues with a photo gallery and some links to dedicated pages for further information.
The contact page, sober and efficient, invites you to go further and start the experience.
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7 - Egasail Orion
This time it is an agency that offers sailing trips.
Egasail displays a full screen sliderThis is followed by beautiful vignettes with shading that evoke the sails and allow you to go into the details of the presentation, a full page video and some additional sections.
The welcome may seem a bit busy and lacks a single clear CTA, but it is still very well done: a little bonus for the custom header with an offset and rounded logo.
The blog section is simple but not very extensive.
The company is Dutch, but support for several languages, including the inevitable English, is planned.
This site is especially striking for its harmony and the harmony between content and form, the aesthetic choices and the desire to get on board!
8 - Mykonos Seajets
Another maritime service, this time day cruises around the island of Mykonos in Greece.
The approach is much more dynamic than that of Egasail. Almost every element is animated.
It is very well done and inspiring. The information content and the images are dreamy - the latter are revealed in the sidebar.
Here, the CTA is clear and makes you want to be tempted: a button with a shadow and a gradient to book your sea trip.
9 - Zionsville Tourist Office
Another good example is the tourist office of the city of Zionsville, Indiana (USA).
How do you showcase a small suburban American town? By emphasizing its bucolic and quiet aspect, its history and the places where you can spend pleasant moments.
The choice of soft colours contrasts with the choice of angular fonts, giving a modern and reassuring look.
The varied content (texts, photos, videos, original pictograms) is enhanced by a perfectly balanced dynamism.
It's a pity that the map on the site is not interactive, but given the size of the city, it wasn't really necessary.
And this confirms, if it were necessary, that Zionsville is a little cocoon where you won't get lost!
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10 - Camping Gl Aalbo
A new campsite, very different from the Busses in Freiburg: this one is located in Denmark and looks bigger and more classical.
The activities on offer (fishing, diving, nature walks) also stand out.
The presentation is quite classical, as the target audience is quite large and family oriented.
However, Gl Aalbo does very well, with effective pictograms, alternating presentation, information, images and a contact form on the front page.
11 - Military Vehicle Tour
Based in Sydney, Australia, Military Vehicle Tour offers tours in military vehicles such as Jeeps, Rovers, etc.
Again, a rather original concept and a design very well adapted to the proposed service.
The dominant colour is obviously khaki, cleverly enhanced with orange elements (pictograms), dividing lines...).
The blog mixes original articles and curation (including to YouTube content) in a very harmonious way.
The layout is very magazine-like, with fixed-width and variable-height items, as well as ochre-brown tones for the source information.
I love this site which knows how to combine the military and casual-family sides. I have to say that I have a soft spot for this kind of vehicles...
12 - Maru Charters
We end this list of the most beautiful Divi tourism sites with a magnificent sailboat cruise site.
It's a bit of a cherry on top because it has almost all the qualities.
Its one-page design works very well with an inspiring full-page video at the start, complemented by a clear call to action in the overlay.
Then an overlapping photo, wave effects in keeping with the tone, simple and meaningful pictograms.
Not to mention the adapted illustrations, such as the map of the boat in the About section: you'll feel like you're there already!
And finally, a simple and engaging contact form, which - rare enough to be mentioned - is perfectly in tune with the rest of the site.
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Last word... on these 12 tourism sites made with Divi
So what do you think of this list of 12 inspirations?
For my part, I think it illustrates well the many possibilities of the tool.
This theme offers an immense variety and it is very pleasant to stroll through these sites to draw inspiration or simply enjoy the images...
If you know of any other tourism sites made with Divi (whether or not it's your own), feel free to mention them in the comments 😉
This article was written by David Albert, a freelance writer who helps entrepreneurs publish quality content. More info on his website.