Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions About DMCs
A Destination Management Company, also known as DMC, is a company with local knowledge, experience and resources that provides itinerary planning and product selection. They coordinate reservations, confirmations, and payment of travel arrangements for clients such as retail travel agents and wholesalers.

Yes, Inbound Tour Operators (ITOs) and ground operators are also known as DMCs.

Destination Management Organization (DMOs) are generally associated with the local government and they are responsible for promoting their city, region or country in order to increase the number of visitors. They work closely with DMCs.

DMCs specialize in tailor-made tours for individual clients and groups. They also handle corporate clients and MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) events.

A DMCs value primarily lies in its extensive knowledge of the local market as well as its professional connections and local resources. They reduce your risk and help you overcome language barriers.

DMCs are often able to provide preferential rates based on the tremendous purchasing power that they have with their preferred suppliers. They’re a one-stop shop for hundreds of local suppliers, which will save you time and stress.

They bring various components such as meet and greet, airport pickups and transfers, accommodation, tours and excursions, car rentals, and meals, together to create a complete itinerary.

Yes, if you’re looking to provide experiences such as, bungee jumping, rainforest hikes, exclusive access to local sights, or just about anything else you can think of, the best way to do so is by working with a DMC.

We have put together this list of the best DMCs worldwide to help you find the perfect one.

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