Implementing the Viator Partner API
The Viator Partner API comprises a set of endpoints that can support the operation of a fully-featured tours and experiences booking website or application; or, it can be integrated with your existing travel-booking software.
Viator Partner API Implementation Guides
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Products on Viator fall into three cancellation policies types, each with their own specifications and logic.
Traveler photos are displayed separately from supplier photos, and can be accessed using a different set of requests.
Learn how you can best use the Viator Partner API to display, promote and sell Viator’s products on your own website or travel-booking system.
Based on our years of experience we have compiled a front-end guide for you, including UX best practices and how to optimize conversion.
To enable a simpler development to our API and to improve product filtering, we are introducing a number of machine-readable fields across products, availability schedules, and booking data.
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What partner type am I? Merchant or affiliate?
While we have one Viator Partner API, there are endpoints that are only available to a certain partner type. Below, we’ve outlined some key differences to help you understand which partner type you are.
A merchant integration is a robust and complex integration, and requires a deposit to be paid prior to development
Transaction occurs on partner's website
Partner is merchant of record
Partner handles customer service
Partner can markup or discount pricing
An affiliate integration is less complex than a merchant integration and does not require a deposit to be paid prior to development