Inspiration: 12 tourist sites made with Divi

Updated on 05/12/2019 | Published on 18/11/2019 | 0 comments

Tourism sites must be attractive and "sellers". Opt for the Divi theme then becomes strategic since you can create all types of websites with it!

Between portfolios, designs and various functionalities, this selection shows the extent of what can be done with Divi in the field of tourism.

Some of these tourism sites are professional agency sites, tour operators, campsites or even tourist office sites....

So there is also a wide variety of styles and needs.

There is often the possibility of booking services online (cruises, visits, 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.

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1 - Rock my adventure

Site Rock Adventure

Rock My Adventure is a small tourism agency that offers expeditions to Africa.

Their site takes full advantage of Divi with a rich welcome, About, Testimonials and FAQ sections, as well as a shop to book online travel.

It harmoniously blends the "roots" and modern sides for an inspiring look!

2 - Busses Camping

Site 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 reception includes superimposed images and interesting graphic choices for the transition between the different parts.

The About and Camping sections (with video, mini-portfolio and dynamic counters) focus on a well researched 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

Site Kunanyi

Walk on Kunanyi is the site of a small agency that organizes walks on Mount Kunanyi, Tasmania (Australia).

With a design that is consistent with the colours of the place (green, brown, ochre), it offers sections to present the circuits, the place and the agency.

The blog contains relatively few articles, but it is very well presented, with thumbnails on fixed width and variable height, on two columns. It is of course possible to book online.

4 - Hamburg City Tourist Office

Office de tourisme de Hambourg

Back in Germany with this time a tourism office site - the one in Hamburg to be exact.

Their site perfectly reflects the urban atmosphere, with its straight lines and sharp angles and its warm and bright tones.

The reception displays dynamic blocks, with a parallax in the background.

The different sections highlight the practical aspect, with a very professional side (Hamburg is also a very commercial business centre).

We will regret a little the lack of heat that results, but we are here on 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 little heavy to loadbut the reward is there.

It opens with a dynamic introduction, followed by a magnificent onepage site with a dominant orange and slate theme.

We 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 very impressive site.

6 - SeaTREK Helmet Diving

Site de tourisme Divi : Sea Treck

SeaTREK agency offers dives with full-face helmets to walk on the bottom.

This very original concept imposes a site that stands out while clearly exposing the service offered.

This bet was won with a full-page video in very attractive home, followed by a CTA to discover the activity.

An interactive map completes the picture to indicate which locations SeaTREK can be found in.

The discovery continues with a photo gallery and some links to dedicated pages for further exploration.

The contact page, sober and efficient, invites you to go further and start the experience.

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7 - Egasail Orion

Site Egasail

This time it is an agency that offers sailing trips.

Egasail displays in reception a full screen sliderfollowed by beautiful vignettes with shadows that evoke sails and allow you to go into the details of the presentation, a full-page video and a few additional sections.

The welcome may seem a little busy and lacks a unique and 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 essential English, is planned.

This site is above all characterised by its harmony and the harmony between content and form, the aesthetic choices and the desire it gives you to come aboard!

8 - Mykonos Seajets

Site Seajets

Another maritime service, this time one-day cruises around the island of Mykonos, Greece.

The bias is much more dynamic than Egasail's. Almost every element has an animation.

It's very well done and very inspiring. The informative content and images make you dream - the latter are revealed in a lateral opening.

Here, the CTA is clear and makes you want to let yourself be tempted: a button with shade and gradient to book your trip at sea.

9 - Zionsville Tourism Office

Site Zionsville

Another good example is the tourist office in the city of Zionsville, Indiana (USA).

How to enhance a small American suburban town? 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, which offers a modern and secure look.

The various contents (texts, photos, videos, original pictograms) are highlighted by a perfectly balanced dynamism.

Too bad the map on the site is not interactive, but given the size of the city, it was not really necessary.

And it confirms, if necessary, that Zionsville is a small cocoon where you won't get lost!

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10 - Camping Gl Aalbo

Site Gl-Albo

New camping site, very different from the Busses de Fribourg: this one is located in Denmark and seems bigger and more classic.

The proposed activities (fishing, diving, nature walks) are also very interesting.

The presentation is quite classic, because the target audience is quite large and family oriented.

However, the Gl Aalbo is doing very well, with effective pictograms, an alternate presentation, information, images and a contact form on the front page. 

11 - Military Vehicle Tour

Site Mulitary Vehicle

Based in Sydney, Australia, the Military Vehicle Tour agency offers excursions in military vehicles such as Jeep, Rover, etc.

Another quite original concept and a design very adapted to the service offered.

We obviously find a dominant khaki color, cleverly enhanced with orange elements (pictos, separating lines…).

The blog mixes original articles and curation (including to YouTube content) in a very harmonious way.

Its presentation is very magazine style with items in fixed width and variable height, as well as ochre brown tones for source information.

I love this site which combines military and casual-family aspects. I must say that I have a little crush on these types of vehicles....

12 - Maru Charters

Site Mahu Charters

We finish this list of the most beautiful sites of Divi tourism with a magnificent site of cruises by sailboat.

It is a bit like the icing on the cake because it combines almost all the qualities.

Its one-page design works very well with an inspiring full-page video from the outset, complemented by a clear call to action in superimposition.

Then an overlapping photo, wave effects in the tone, simple and talking pictograms.

Not to mention the adapted illustrations such as the boat plan in the About us section: we already think we are!

And finally a simple and engaging contact form, which - rare enough to be reported - is perfectly in line with the rest of the site.

A must see!

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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 around these sites to find inspiration or simply enjoy the images...

If you know of any other tourism sites made with Divi (whether or not they are yours), feel free to mention them in the comments 😉

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This article was written by David Albert, a freelance writer who helps entrepreneurs publish quality content. More information on his website.

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