Create & Sell Experiences for Activities You Love

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The New Travel Experience

It’s an activity that goes beyond the typical tour or class, designed and led by locals all over the world. Show off your city, craft, cause, or culture by hosting an experience.

Create an activity, your way​

Food tour by bike, light photography at night, tapas on a boat, or hill climbing etc. Create and curate a unique activity people want to try.

Do what you love & get paid​

Scout for street art or surf at sunset, turn your passion into profit. Earn money without it feeling like a job.

Get voices for your cause

Lead a hike with rescue dogs, or teach ethical fashion. Raise awareness of your cause in a whole new way.

Join a growing community of curious people

Hosts are chefs, artists, tour guides, and other experts in their fields. They make people from around the world feel connected, and give access to unique places and activities that can’t be found anywhere else.

We’ve got your back, every step of the way

Resources like articles and insights dedicated to your hosting needs, 24/7 customer support for you and your guests, exposure for your experience, and much more.

How to get started

Here’s a quick overview of the process, from start to finish.


Learn our quality standards

Make sure your experience meets our bar for expertise, insider access, and connection.


Create an experience page

Your page is how people find you. Make a great first impression by highlighting your expertise and adding high quality photos.


Start hosting your experience

As long as your experience meets the standards, you’re ready to add dates and start hosting.

Frequently Asked Questions

No. You don’t have to host guests overnight in your home or space to be an experience host.
You can host as often as you like—feel free to adjust your dates and times until you find what works best for you.
Depending on activities involved, certain experiences may require a business license. Make sure to check local laws in your area to determine which licenses may be required for your experience, especially if there is food, alcohol, or transportation involved.
The minimum number of guests you can host during each instance of your experience is 1.
Experience Protection Insurance covers most activities during an experience, but some things like flying or driving are not covered. You may need to obtain your own insurance if your experience includes these activities.
If you want to host with one other person, make sure their name is mentioned on your experience listing so that guests know who they’ll be with. They’ll also need to have a verified QUE XP profile.