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Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer currency that is borderless and decentralized (not controlled by anyone), and the tourism industry has really embraced this new age way to pay.

Already travelers are able to pay for flights, hotel rooms, tours, and more with their secure digital wallets, and this may just become the go-to form of payment for travelers.

Wondering which travel sites accept bitcoin payments?

The following is a quick list to reference of those who have taken up the digital currency and accept it for their services.

Quick List of Travel Sites that Accept Bitcoin Payments

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Bitcoin itself has a website that has the same operational features as Orbitz or Expedia. It allows you to make a comparison of available hotels and flights on various platforms.

A powerful filter functionality on the travel site ensures that you find what you are looking for to cater to your travel needs. Many travelers say it’s one of the easiest ways to plan, book, and pay for travel using Bitcoin.

CheapAir

Affordable flights, cars, and the best hotels are all possible with Cheapair.com. They were the first travel agency in the world to start accepting Bitcoin (back in 2013), and you’ll only need your Bitcoin info to book (no credit card info required)

AirBaltic

AirBaltic was the world’s first commercial airline to accept Bitcoin back in 2014. It’s a Latvian airline which connects most of the Baltic State capitals including Riga, Tallinn, and Vilnius.

Use your Bitcoin to purchase their GREEN and GREEN Plus flight tickets as long as they are booked at least five days ahead of the scheduled departure date.

The company uses BitPay to process the transaction, converting your Bitcoin into Euros to finalize the payment. You can also customize your ticket to include only the services you wish to pay for.

Surf Air

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Sick of flying commercial?  SurfAir is a private air travel club that offers unlimited flights for a monthly fee. You can pay for your membership using Bitcoin.

This means you get to fly in a private aircraft without private jet pricing, choosing from scheduled flight times where no more than seven other Surf Air members will accompany you on the flight if they happen to book the same scheduled flight.

WebJet Exclusives

Based in Australia, WebJet is the first online agency in Australia that accepts Bitcoin.

aBitSky

Car deals, hotels, and airline tickets can all be paid for using Bitcoin on this site. The website lets you find vacation deals, long-haul flights, and the cheapest flights available.

Prices are in Bitcoin, and you don’t need to calculate anything or convert the currencies to make your payment. The payments are easy and secure, making the site one of the best on the internet that accepts digital currency.

Alternative Airlines

A website that specializes in finding the best flights available using Bitcoin, Alternative Airlines has focused all their effort into being the best airfare booking agency possible.

They can provide Bitcoin purchased tickets from airlines that do not accept direct Bitcoin payments, broadening their customers’ options in the process.

Travala.com

This is one of the top cryptocurrency-friendly travel websites around, and one of the world’s leading blockchain-based travel booking platforms.

They accept several different cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin included. You can book your flight through Travala and then set up a home rental or hotel accommodation for your stay.

It’s through Travala that you’ll be able to use Expedia to pay for your rooms with Bitcoin.

LOT Polish Airlines

LOT Polish Airlines are one of the world’s oldest airlines still in operation, but was one of the first airlines to begin accepting Bitcoin for flights purchased via the company’s website and mobile app.

The price is first calculated in the currency you choose and then converted into Bitcoin upon being redirected to your digital wallet to finalize the payment. Just be mindful of fluctuations in Bitcoin price when it’s being converted from other currencies.

Megan is an Australian Journalist and award-winning travel writer who has been blogging since 2007. Her husband Mike is the American naturalist and wildlife photographer behind Waking Up Wild; an online magazine dedicated to opening your eyes to the wonders of the wild & natural world.

Having visited 100+ countries across all seven continents, Megan’s travels focus on cultural immersion, authentic discovery and incredible journeys. She has a strong passion for ecotourism, and aims to promote responsible travel experiences.

    

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