WeGoPlaces Tourism Develops a "Where Should I Go On Vacation?" Wizard That Provides Travelers with Custom Vacation Ideas
With so many vacation destinations to choose from, it is difficult to find a destination that meets the various needs of today's travelers. WeGoPlaces Tourism solves that problem by creating a "Where Should I Go On Vacation?" wizard.
Merrimack, NH (PRWEB) March 19, 2010
WeGoPlaces Tourism has developed a "Where Should I Go On Vacation? (http://www. wegoplaces. com/Vacation-Ideas. aspx)" vacation wizard that provides travelers with customized vacation ideas.
While relaxation is the desire of some vacationers, others prefer adventure, recreation, sightseeing, shopping or family fun. Finding the vacation destination that best matches the vacation preferences of a traveler can be difficult. WeGoPlaces Tourism, a leading U. S. and Canada travel planning website, set out to find a solution.
Jeff Smith, President of WeGoPlaces. com said "We surveyed visitor bureaus in the United States and Canada, in order to find out what their towns and cities have to offer, because visitor bureaus are experts on what activities are of interest to travelers."
WeGoPlaces (http://www. WeGoPlaces. com/Vacation-Ideas. aspx) used the data to categorize each destination into 8 pre-defined categories - including relaxation, sightseeing, recreation, adventure, family fun, entertainment, culture and shopping. Also included were popular accommodation types and restaurant offerings.
By combining the destination profiles along with climate data, the "Where Should I Go On Vacation" wizard asks the visitor to specify the month of travel, temperature preferences and vacation preferences, then it matches their choices to a number of recommended vacation ideas customized for each traveler. Visitors can try the new tool at http://www. WeGoPlaces. com/Vacation-Ideas. aspx (http://www. WeGoPlaces. com/Vacation-Ideas. aspx).
About WeGoPlaces Tourism, LLC:
WeGoPlaces. com is an all-inclusive travel planning website that specializes in tourism within the United States and Canada. The website provides free listings to tourism businesses and event organizers and also provides a free information request service for visitor bureaus.