The “Travel With Me” trip encourages users to meet up and travel to a destination together, while, “Come To Me” and “Show Me Your Town” are designed to make international meet-ups easier.
More details on Miss Travel are available on the website.
When even the most beautiful coffee-table travel book only stays in date for as long as a Tory leadership news story, you know holiday planning has gone where all the cool kids turn for advice and organisation: online.
The on-line dating site links single holidaymakers in the matchmaking stakes.
It now has over half-a-million members across the globe with the largest concentration in the US, Britain and Canada.
The unique selling point of the site is its travel-centric ethos, with singles travelling to sometimes far off locations with strangers, in the hope of finding romance.
Users are able to choose different trip packages and payment options for each journey.
The site encourages safe travel for members, listing a range of helpful tips for those wishing to meet up with new people from the site as well as a video verification service.
Users must be over 18 years of age and are expected to fully complete their profiles and use a registered picture before logging onto the site.
Surely one of the worst bits of holidaying involves aimless wandering as everyone gets hangrier (that’s hungry and angry for those lucky few who have yet to experience it).