Easy to Use Customized Online Travel Booking Portal

In addition to B2B and B2C modules, administrator module with back office and agent management modules are also available that provides you full functionality to manage your business services in an effective cost and time saving manner.

Some of the services provided by these integrated modules are:

Ability to search through data.

Your Booking History is maintained properly.

E-mail notification service for you and your employees.

As an Admin you have total control over booking. You can cancel any booking, see pending bookings, make any necessary changes in booking etc.
Some of the services provide by Maco Online Travel Booking System for Back Office management by admin are:

View full Booking Dashboard.

See all the bookings that are made by any of your agents or sub-agents.

You can print specific vouchers And invoices

Take care of pending bookings.

Manage and see all kinds of reports

Assign specific role and rights to sub users of your company.

As a Admin services provided for agent management are:

You can add new agent as per need.

You can also create different admins for different part of your business.

Service management of agent can be managed by you as Admin.

Have agent submit their logo to you so you can upload them

Select from many different payment options and assign preferred option to your sub-agent

If your agents are from different country you can assign preferred currencies to them for payment

Whether you require to maintain hotel, car, travel, transport services Maco provides one way solution to all your business needs.
With company vast XML integration experiences like MIKI, A2B, GTA you will get the best software system for your business.

Maco provides you with a robust travel software to ahead of your competitors. Travel companies will enjoy 24/7 sales system and the facility that you can view and manage your booking software from any corner of world on mobile or on desktop. Maco Online travel booking system software uses cloud technology to provide latest cloud services like cloud backup, cloud sharing etc.

Steps For Planning An Extended Backpacking Trip

When it comes to backpacking, planning your trip is the most important consideration. There are so many details that need to be laid out before you ever set foot on the trail. If you are planning an extended backpacking trip, there are three important steps to planning a successful excursion. These steps will be outlined below.

Lay out your details

As stated above, the many details of a backpacking trip need to be outlined completely before you ever set foot on the trail. These details include: the general location of your trip, the time of year of your trip, estimated weather patterns, the exact route of your trip, each day’s hiking length, each night’s campground, potential watering holes, and potential break spots. It is a good idea to gather your group together to lay out all of these details so that everyone is on the same page. Remember that these details will help you to determine what gear to bring, so make sure to outline entire trip.

Gear up

Once you know the details of your extended backpacking trip, you can then begin to gather the gear you’ll pack. It is also a good idea to have a gear up party with your group. Have everyone bring their packs and gear so that everyone can see what each other are packing. Some questions you need to answer while gathering your gear include: what will the weather be like? How many days on the trail? What group items need to be brought? These questions will help guide you in choosing the appropriate clothing, gear, and food for your trip.

Practice run

When it comes to an extended backpacking trip, you will be carrying heavy loads. Food will likely take up the bulk of your space in your pack. There’ll be little room for comfort items and luxuries. If you have never gone on an extended backpacking trip before, it is important to load up your pack and practice hiking with it. Heavy backpacks can take time to get used to. Plan a short overnight or weekend trip with your full load to make sure it is packed correctly, to make sure you have everything you need, and to make sure it is not too heavy.

Remember to trim as much weight as possible so that you can fit more food or have a lighter pack. Comfort on the trail is essential to having a good time. Good Luck!