What Should I Name My Travel Business?

By Alice Nichols

Owning a travel business is an exciting opportunity. You will be able to share your love of travel with others and make a living doing something you enjoy.

But before you get too far ahead of yourself, you need to decide on what to name your business. A great name can help customers find you more easily and make a good first impression. Here are some tips to consider when choosing the perfect name for your travel business.

Research Your Market

Start by researching the market and get an idea of what other travel businesses are called. Look at their websites, brochures, and advertising materials to get ideas.

As you research, consider the type of customers that you want to attract and how they perceive different words or phrases. Make note of any words or themes that stand out.

Think About Your Brand

Your brand should be reflected in your name, so think about the message that you want to convey with your business. Do you want it to sound professional?

Fun? Adventurous? Pick words or phrases that represent your brand and focus on them as potential names.

Be Unique

It’s important that your name stands out from the competition. Choose something memorable, unique, and easy to pronounce. Avoid using words or phrases that are too long or complex, as it can be difficult for customers to remember them.

Brainstorm Ideas

Once you have some ideas in mind, start brainstorming more options by playing with different word combinations or puns related to travel. Write them all down so you can compare them later on.

Conduct A Test Run

Before committing to a name, test it out by asking friends and family for their opinion. If they understand what type of business it is without having any context beforehand then it’s likely a good choice.


Choosing a name for your travel business is an important decision but with some research and brainstorming it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Consider what type of customers you want to attract, pick words that reflect the brand message, be unique, and conduct a test run before making it official.