Today's computers, travel, and internet capabilities have been the beginning of the twentieth century. Over the next sixty years, the unimaginable evolution of computer technologies and the enhancement of global access to the Internet at international level will create a variety of travel opportunities for enthusiastic world travelers. The growth of international accommodation in world travelers is largely caused by social media networks. People are now able to design international travel rules vigorously and efficiently using social media networks. Travelers can experience diverse cultures between people and local landscapes, providing a unique experience on a global scale. Our world is getting smaller while our travel options are endless. If a traveler arrives at a favorite place, the accommodation in the area is so culturally immersing as the traveler wishes. In one word, the globalization of travel has shifted (Susan Lund).
Spreading common practices for travel planning, such as traveling by airline, hotel or travel organization, is becoming increasingly obsolete. Fast search on the Internet results in and looking at many web pages. Forbes' most recent article lists a number of useful websites for travel planning (R. L. Adams). Of the ten websites listed, Airbnb.com and HomeAway.com are prominent in providing global accommodation at a very credible cultural level. Airbnb is an online marketplace and catering service that allows people to rent or rent short-term accommodation, including vacation rentals, hiring apartments, homemade guests, guest beds or hotel rooms. HomeAway offers rents from cabins to castles to farms. In addition to these sites, Couchsurfing.com provides members with the ability to stay in a guest's home, host, meet with other members, or join an event. The common angle of these three sites is the platform to link individual travelers with a global community that opens doors to them.
The first mentioned website, Airbnb, is ranked first in Forbes. Airbnb was almost unknown in 2008. Now a decade later, the hotel became a synonym for accommodation at any price that would allow people to list or spend for short stays. With regard to the details of Airbnb's website, the company expands the travel opportunities and opportunities of individuals in 191 countries. Airbnb encourages travelers to experience cities more as tourists than tourists. Airbnb customers all over the world feel that individuals are constantly engaging in more culture and shape the way individual travelers work with the world.
This site is ranked second in the Forbes' recent travel article article. It has been operating since 2005 and calls it name as its rented rent, and has over one million listings in over 22 countries in 190 countries. HomeAway's home page says its mission is to make every vacation ticket available worldwide for every traveler in the online marketplace HomeAway offers a wide range of holidaymakers, travelers have more places to rest while experiencing the world around them
Couchsurfing has not made a list of Forbes, thus expanding the traveler's ability to meet world-class cultures. Couchsurfing was founded in 2004 and employs more than 14 million people in 200,000 cities around the world, according to Couchsurfing's website. The company offers travel and travel goals to the world, promoted by cultural exchanges and mutual respect. Travelers can also join hosts who offer accommodation for air mattresses, sofas and extra beds – the world In a way that money can not be bought.
To sum up, there is a common thread between the center of social media networks. Global accommodation is undoubtedly still playing a role in promoting globalization. The individual's travel experience differs greatly depending on which country you choose. Airbnb, HomeAway and Couchsurfing are three sites that are based on an understanding of ideas, culture and knowledge sharing. Social media networks have the opportunity to link or eliminate global relationships by cultivating a common global citizenship for all citizens of cultures.
Susan Lund, James Manyika and Jacques Bughin, "Globalization is More and more About Data and Less Things", Harvard Business Review, March 14, 2016
RL Adams, Best Travel Sites for Next Adventure Design, "Forbes.com, March 29, 2016
Source by Lori Stumpfrock