Relocate. And get Revived.

Travelgrapher Revive is the world’s #1 collection of high quality alternatives to crowded travel destinations. Reroute your next planned trip and discover a similar nearby place not yet succumbed to the homogeneity driven by mass tourism. Same experience, less people.

Every destination on Revive is situated in the same region and has the same qualities as its mainstream counterpart. Choose your journey of interest and browse through the well-known destinations. Click on it to reveal the alternative location. Let’s Relocate.


The effects of mass tourism, reinforced by global travel vendors and online rating boards, affects the environment in an ever growing pace. Phuket, Mauritius, the Maldives. The once exotic islands with deserted beaches, have transformed into tourist traps characterised by polluted corals, overpriced hotels, and internationalized food menus. Luckily, the alternative retreat is closer than you think.


Venice, Dubrovnik, and Portofino. The list of cities that lost their charm after decades of mass tourism are long. Browse through a collection of nearby alter egos, places offering a similar or an even better experience. Unique city breaks with a local feeling, authentic restaurants, and less tourists.


The Colosseum of Rome, the Pyramids of Giza, the Chinese Wall. Culture enrich life and deepens your understanding of the world. But it should be indulged in the right circumstances. Without long queues, large tourist groups, and a slice of Japanese head in every photo. Find out what to look for here.


Nature is nature. But sometimes nature is best experienced on your own. Off the beaten track. Canyons, rivers, and waterfalls. Mother fortuna favours the bold. Reroute from the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, Blue Lagoon of Iceland, and Masai Mara of Kenya, and find a real and untouched wilderness.


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