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What makes Troupe the best trip planning website? It’s easy. Troupe has eliminated the endless text and email threads that go into trip planning by creating an easy-to-use, all-in-one tool. Head to Troupe where you can sign up to start planning your next trip, completely free.

Not sure where to go on vacation? Suggest a handful of destinations to your travel buddies and allow them to vote on their favorites. The same goes for accommodations. Give all group members a say between swanky hotels, boutique inns, or cozy home rentals.

All group members can share notes, links, videos, and comments right in the app to help build out activities to do, places to eat, and sights to see on your trip.

Furthermore, you’ll have access to all the information you need, when you need it. Every individual’s flight information, hotel reservation numbers, prices, and dinner plans are at your fingertips. No more texting endlessly throughout the trip when you’re trying to relax.

The best trip planning website, Troupe has the following features:

  • All-in-one tool for trip planning
  • Voting on destinations, travel dates, and accommodations
  • Compare options across platforms (Vrbo vs. Airbnb vs. hotels)
  • Access to everyone’s flight information
  • Ability to share links to potential activities, restaurants, and more.
  • Comment in real time throuhgout the planning
  • Eliminates the need for email/text threads, Google docs, endless link sharing

Let’s learn more about Troupe and why its features are changing the game when it comes to vacation planning.

Troupe’s features

Troupe’s features were all designed to make it the best trip planning website by simplifying everything that goes into group travel.


We all know that getting group members to commit to group trips is a nightmare. Then, getting them to agree on dates, accommodations, and even the destination can be the most frustrating and time-consuming aspect of planning a trip. Troupe lets you suggest options for everything to the group: potential dates, destinations, and accommodations.

Then, each group member logs in tfo your trip and can vote (1st choice, 2nd choice, 3rd, choice) and everyone will have access to the results. No more “Mr. Bad Guy” trip planner syndrome for going against some of the members’ top choice– majority rules!

When adding accommodations to vote on, you’ll even be able to see the total costs involved for each option. No more sneaky fees and time-consuming confusion when searching loads of options across different platforms.

Comments and suggestions all in one place

Anyone who has been part of planning a group trip knows how easy it is for suggestions to get lost in the shuffle. What was the name of the restaurant so-and-so recommended? Didn’t we find a tour that included all of those activities?

People can comment directly at every point of the planning or ask questions and receive answers for everyone to see (i.e. does this Airbnb have good wifi?). We figured the best trip planning website should make it easy to see everything trip-related, all in one place.

In the ‘Notes’ section of the app, travelers can share any information they want to help plan activities, restaurants, and anything else. Easily communicate with the group by sharing a suggestion you found on the best brunch spot in the city. Include a short description of how you heard about it if you’d like. You can even link to the restaurant’s website or Instagram page for early menu browsing.

Way less hassle

To help develop Troupe, we asked travelers what was most important to them when planning a group trip. We also asked what was most frustrating. These answers gave us valuable insight into how to create the best trip planning website.

Getting people to commit to group trips is one of the top annoyances surrounding group travel. By letting group members see all the information about the trip in one place and have a direct vote on the dates and destinations, travelers are significantly more likely to commit. Within each trip, you can see a clear list of ‘yes’, ‘no’, and ‘maybe’ travelers, so you know clearly who is and isn’t going.

Many travelers also worry that they aren’t booking the right flight. Everyone’s flight details will be available in Troupe for the newly committed travelers to have easy access to the information they need.

In addition, we learned that nearly 80% of travelers value the importance of deadlines when it comes to making a trip happen. Send messages directly to notify group members of deadlines on votes and once you finalize after the deadline, everyone will be notified by email.

Troupe is committed to making group trips happen in all capacities. Feel like you’re forgetting something? Our group trip planning checklist has you covered.

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