How To “Be Tropical” In Travel And Life: A New Connection To The Tropics Just Launched

Tropicalogy.com is now out for assisting travelers and those staying home to be able to make a fun, yet meaningful connection to the tropics. Full of eye-popping imagery, Tropicalogy’s website focuses on the intersection of tropical travel, culture, and products. It leverages social media and connections with locals in the tropics to offer a better way to plan tropical travel. Those not traveling can immerse themselves in tropical online shopping, engaging content, and a lively social community.

"A deep, authentic connection to tropical destinations is missing in online travel. The locals haven't had much of a voice to show off their beautiful cultures until now," said Tropicalogy's founder and CEO, Billy Walsh. "The best part is that this doesn't just help travelers - we bring the beauty of the tropics to everyone."

A deep, authentic connection to tropical destinations is missing in online travel. The locals haven’t had much of a voice to show off their beautiful cultures until now,” said Tropicalogy’s founder and CEO, Billy Walsh.The best part is that this doesn’t just help travelers – we bring the beauty of the tropics to everyone.”

For travelers, Tropicalogy provides a local travel perspective, unique places to stay, fun things to do, hard to find products, and local events big and small happening right now across the tropics worldwide. Social media is increasingly becoming a useful medium to help travelers get a feel for the quality and authenticity around what it is they are planning to do and where they want to stay during their trip. Through local blogging relationships and destination-based social media integration, Tropicalogy enables travelers to be “in the know” about what is currently going on in a given tropical destination.

For example, a traveler using Tropicalogy might learn about whales migrating through local waters, a special art exhibit at an island gallery, the diving or surfing conditions off a given coast, a local reggae band playing at a beach bar, a cultural festival happening downtown, and the latest special offers from those that promote through the site. Combined with Tropicalogy’s photo-oriented travel layout, this helps travelers truly connect with tropical destinations. It helps them decide which destination to visit, and plan the details of their trip once they’ve made their decision.

Chris Aden, a Tropicalogy user from Massachusetts had this to say: "Tropicalogy helps me survive the long, cold New England winters. More important, it's helping me plan a Caribbean fishing charter by showing me who's actually catching fish."

Chris Aden, a Tropicalogy user from Massachusetts had this to say: “Tropicalogy helps me survive the long, cold New England winters. More important, it’s helping me plan a Caribbean fishing charter by showing me who’s actually catching fish.”

Those who can’t make a trip are able to bring it into their home and life with products from or about the tropics. Tropical scenery and culture can be experienced from a distance through products such as art, photography, home and wedding decor, music, food, and more. Tropicalogy also offers an opportunity to live vicariously through captivating content and a vibrant social media community conversing around various tropical topics.

Travelers and lovers of the tropics can visit https://tropicalogy.com and Tropicalogy’s growing social media community of over 18,000 followers.

 

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