Cousteau is a responsive theme designed for travel agencies. The retina-ready theme is packed with travel-specific features including itineraries, pricing, categorization, maps and videos that all work right from WordPress admin. The theme also includes a custom filtering system, plenty of customization options, and plenty of standard features such as localization, shortcodes, custom menus and theme options.
Magellan is a highly customizable theme with a modern, bold design. The responsive theme comes with plenty of features including custom post types, shortcodes, social media support, an AJAX contact form, Google maps, widgets and is WPML compatible. The theme is customizable in every way, including the option to add your own background or logo, social sharing streams, plenty of color options and custom widgets. The custom post types allow you to add elements for services, testimonials, team members and a calendar. As an added bonus, Magellan includes a weather widget so visitors can better plan their travel with you.
Adventure is a beautifully crafted, responsive and retina optimized WordPress theme designed for sharing life adventures. The theme was created with travelers, explorers and adventure related businesses in mind. Adventure features a beautiful full-width slider and a biography section for social media links and company information.
Voyage is designed for travel agencies and is packed with tools to help users create the perfect vacation, honeymoon or weekend trip. The responsive theme comes with powerful search tools and support.
Book Your Travel is a responsive WordPress theme ideal for booking portals, travel agencies, hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses, villas, or even travel blogs. The theme features a super-clean modern style design and includes a fully working booking system. Book Your Travel also has a rating system, search, enhanced pricing and filtering tools included.
The Paradise Cove theme is designed primarily for hotels, with responsiveness and multiple sliders included. The three slider options provide fun animations, but they don’t suck down your website resources, maintaining quick load times. Bring in reservations from your customers, and generate custom posts for items like room types, testimonials and amenities.
Travelista serves travelers and bloggers quite well, since it offers nine post formats for differentiating yourself from the competition. The elegant and responsive design delivers advanced theme options for customizing the way you want to display your travels. The theme also comes with unlimited colors and translation features, making it quick and easy to reach out to people in different languages.
Tourism is a responsive travel theme with a powerful search module. The responsive theme would be ideal for a travel journal and comes with five color style options for customization. The theme has a distinct look that would suit a world traveler well.
The Traveler theme, despite the generic name, offers an onslaught of layouts including options for video backgrounds, grid images and a testimonials editor. The theme integrates well with PayPal to accept donations or sell your own services. The smart search comes in handy for visitors who want to find a certain article or video. It’s mainly designed for travel agencies and companies that cater to those interested in exploring the world. Beginners find it rather intuitive considering it comes with the Visual Composer plugin and a one-click install.
Listify works well for those interested in building a directory for a certain location. Share cool things to do in your city or town, and provide a quick search function on your homepage for an intuitive user interface. The theme offers a stunning slider and video background feature, with WooCommerce compatibility for selling souvenirs. The theme powers a community for people to post and claim their own business listings, while you can moderate everything that goes through the site. With responsiveness and powerful settings options, you can’t go wrong with this one if you plan on making a directory.
The Trendy Travel Theme integrates various features to provide a clean and lightweight website for travel agencies, hotels, tour operators, travel package companies and more. The banner includes an advanced search function, and the custom events calendar displays what’s going on in certain areas. Several custom posts are available for designing pages that feature things like tour packages, holiday packages and gift packages.
Explorable is a location-based theme that pins your posts on a map, to help your followers keep track of where you have been. Location-based listings make this theme a great tool for building travel blogs, local business directories and travel guides. Mapping is provided by Google Maps and the theme includes plenty of customization tools from color to search.
Travelo boasts a strong, and attractive, slider, along with a simple booking system for helping your visitors find the travel packages they desire. It works well with the PayPal payment system, and the responsive and flat design ensures that everyone can view it on tablets and smartphones. Not to mention, the more than 55 shortcodes keep your hands clean of any messy coding.
Love Travel is made for any travel-related service from hotels and resorts to honeymoons or cruises. The retina-ready and infinite scrolling theme comes with a great slider, travel custom post type, shortcodes, contact form, Fancybox images, a variety of animated effects and WooCommerce integration. It also has a fun built-in countdown page, mega menu support, a full-screen version and masonry or blog-style galleries to make the most of your content.
The Holiday theme is an option for hotels and motels seeking a custom booking system and WooCommerce compatibility. It comes packaged with room filtering so your guests can find the ideal budget and room style they want. The booking form builder helps you create a custom search module made just right for your own business. It also includes a booking database for you to manage past, current and future bookings with ease.
The Altair theme is an ideal solution for travel agencies and tour companies, since it provides both fixed and full-width layouts. The unique booking form helps your customers remember your company, and the advanced tour search feature allows customers to find tour packages that best meet their own preferences. The destinations pages are truly a standout feature, since they incorporate parallax sliders and beautiful content areas to engage people and convince them to go on an adventure.
The Hotelia theme, from TeslaThemes, offers the quintessential layout for all types of hotels. The booking theme includes the Revolution Slider plugin and Visual Composer, so you don’t have to pay for them at all. The Visual composer is perfect for helping beginners design a website, and the Revolution Slider plugin pulls in your customers with a stunning design. The stylish and responsive theme provides a video background and nice effects like a sticky menu, elegant transitions and hover effects.
Voyage is a powerful theme with lots of customization options. From templates to widgets to commenting and a slider, everything you need to create a custom theme is included. The theme has a clean looks as well, making it a good solution for a site with a lot of content.
Travelo is designed with tourism professionals in mind. This responsive theme is packed with tools to make planning a trip easy with an integrated booking system, tour management and review and ratings. The theme includes five skin options and a highly visual user experience.
Corallina is a booking theme, built for tour guide companies, hotels and businesses that help people discover new places to visit. The theme includes various page templates for the ultimate customization, and it offers unlimited colors and skins for branding. The booking system looks clean and easy to use, and the advanced search filter guides customers through your site without any questions.
The Santorini theme is designed to showcase your resort or hotel in style, offering a remarkable slider to display your destinations, and a responsive and retina-ready design so everyone can view the site just fine. The theme comes prepackaged with a custom booking form, but you can also integrate it with a third-party booking engine. The powerful theme options allow color customization, display modifications and more.
Tour Package is a fully-responsive retina-ready theme with plenty of agency-based tools. With a booking system, package filtering and localization support, this theme is all a business needs for a travel agency website. Tour Package also includes a hefty search engine optimization package and custom post types.
The Evoke theme is a modern and simple layout for sharing travel photos and stories. Any travel blogger would find this useful since it supports high-resolution photos, and the interface promotes the use of custom designs. Beginner web designers are welcome with this theme, since the settings for changing colors, post layouts and even your logo are simple and intuitive.
Monarch is a rather affordable solution for resorts, hotels and spas. The theme has multilingual support for reaching out to customers around the world, and the responsive design helps you connect with those users on smartphones and tablets. With the LayerSlider plugin included, you can serve up stunning photos and links to your most relevant content. The three bonus sliders are nice for adding some interesting animations and design elements.
The Wildcat theme is designed for travel agencies and booking companies looking for a unique and intuitive search function. The majority of your site’s focus goes straight to the search engine, and the wide-screen slider offers a chance to reveal striking images from destinations throughout the world. The easy color customization is always a nice feature, and the eCommerce-ready design makes it simple for monetizing your website. This is a responsive theme, and you can translate your article and pages so that everyone can understand them.
Travel is a beautiful full-screen theme that is a great option if you want to show off travel photography. The user interface is sleek and the design is striking and modern. The theme uses ajax scrolling and includes four post formats.
The Passenger theme provides an easy way for travelers to share their stories and upload media such as photos and videos. The responsive layout blends well the the Soliloquy Slider plugin for displaying your most recent adventures. WooCommerce support assists in selling your own items, and the different page layouts are wonderful for branding your site. Not to mention, the theme customizer works well for any experience level, allowing formatted posts, custom headers and more.
Tour Operator includes a simple and easy-to-use reservation system. The theme could be used to set up a powerful website for tour operators, hotel resorts, guesthouses, B&Bs, campsites or any other business that requires reservations.
The Navigator uses Google Maps to create a location-based experience. The responsive theme is designed for travel blogs and guides and includes several theme options. It also includes a slideout widget panel and full-width page templates.
The Nation Hotel theme provides a responsive experience and a rather interesting homepage layout for your customers to find the booking engine within seconds. Made primarily for hotels and motels, the theme includes the Revolution Slider plugin to display your rooms and services. It stands out from the rest of the market by providing 46 theme options and 14 widgets, giving you the ultimate customization atmosphere.
Travelogue has three layout versions, including video background, Revolution Slider and background image options. The responsive theme includes portfolio filtering to show off your best content. It’s mainly built for travel bloggers, but we can see it used for other travel businesses as well. The NiceScroll animations add some flavor to your site, and the fully layered PSD files provide assistance to those with a little more design knowledge.
Midway is a perfect theme for any travel business. It is easy to use and customize and comes packed with powerful tools for managing, searching and booking tours. Customization is also a snap if you want to change elements such as the theme color.
The Soho Hotel theme work nicely for any hotel interested in an elegant and functional design. The luxury hotel theme offers a sleek booking engine and an availability checker so your customers don’t get angry about booking a room then not having it available. The seasonal pricing filters help you maximize margins. The payable deposits feature allows you to accept payments through PayPal or a bank transfer.
Traveller is a magazine-style theme for travel bloggers & travel websites. The responsive theme includes a nice featured slideshow tool and allows for the placement of advertisements within the design.
Anchor states that it’s a theme made for campsites, but it’s clear that this thing can work for anything from hotels to travel agents. The layout revolves around a stylish slider and the booking system, which only takes a few steps for people to checkout. The more than 30 website elements create a friendly customization experience, and the one minute easy setup works wonders for people who don’t want to spend lots of time on the installation.
The Flawleshotel theme is a powerful choice for hotels and resorts looking for a theme that focuses on high-resolution images and a quick booking engine. The fully responsive theme has easy accommodation management for seeing which people are coming to visit, and the one-click install (with demo content) ensures you never have to start from scratch in your website design. The theme works with WooCommerce for the online booking process, and multilingual functionality is available.
Trek is a fully-responsive theme with a simple design featuring large images. Customization is not an issue with an unlimited color palette, hundreds of font options and you can see it all in live preview mode. The theme includes PayPal integration to accept payments.
Journey includes a sleek design that is made for a travel blog or magazine. The theme includes multiple page category layouts, an advertising module, sliders and a video player. Journey also includes customization tools and automatic thumbnail resizing for images.
Travelous is ideal for a travel blog with tools to write, share trips, photos and reviews. The theme includes a fun review slider, ratings panel and photo gallery. It is also built with Google Maps for easy mapping.
World is a responsive theme for travel businesses. The theme comes with WooCommerce tools, making it easy to build a store or create tour packages. World also includes fun customization tools such as an appearance builder, slider management and the PSDs are included in the download.
Viva Hotel is one of the more entrancing themes on the list, with huge slider photos and a booking module that stands out. The responsive design and advanced theme options ensure that you have everything needed to reach your core demographic. The reservation form is clean and quick to walk through, and the unlimited sidebars ensure that your site looks exactly the way you want. Along with an events calendar, custom widgets and Google Fonts, you can’t go wrong with this one.
Travella is a little different than some other travel themes because it is really designed to highlight a specific event. The theme includes elements such as Google Maps, an event schedule and commenting (plus likes) to make sharing easy. Travella also includes an event slider to highlight multiple trips.
The Nice Hotel theme offers elegance and a plethora of features for all hotels and resorts. With multilingual support and a fairly powerful reservation system, your booking process becomes manageable and user-friendly. This option also comes packaged with an events page, your own blog, testimonial features and more. Not to mention, the theme includes four theme skins, and you can create your own as well.