A white-label travel portal is a website or platform that is developed by one company (usually a technology provider) and then sold or licensed to another company (usually a travel agency or tour operator) to use as their own branded website. The term “white label” refers to the fact that the technology provider removes their branding from the platform so that the travel agency or tour operator can add their branding and logo. White-label travel portals majorly include a range of features and tools that enable the travel agency or tour operator to manage and sell a wide variety of travel products, such as flights, hotels, car rentals, and tour packages. One of the key features of a white-label travel portal is the ability to customize the branding to match the travel agency or tour operator’s branding. This includes the use of their logo, color scheme, and other visual elements. This creates a seamless and consistent brand experience for customers, from the initial search to the booking confirmation. The platform may also provide integration with payment gateways, customer management tools, and reporting and analytics features. Travel agencies and tour operators can quickly and easily set up an online presence for their business, without the need for extensive technical expertise or investment in expensive software development. White-label travel portals can help travel agencies and tour operators increase their revenue by offering their customers a wider range of travel products and services.