We listened to your feedback & improved access to Viator’s full inventory through V.2 of our API
V.2 is optimized workflow for bulk ingestion
Get all products
Ingest Viator’s full inventory using V.2 endpoints
Optionally filter products
Filter products based on your business needs
Refresh only the products which have been modified
The V.2 API increases booking conversion by leveraging structured data. Additionally, it offers new features and new tools for efficient bulk inventory management.
Use restructured, machine-readable data to increase your conversion. Data structuring updates enable comprehensive customization, deep filtering options (product quality, starting locations, itinerary types etc.), and simplified merchandising.
V.2 introduces modified-since endpoints for product and availability ingestion. These new endpoints enable partners to only update cached data which has changed, greatly reducing request load.
Real-time availability & pricing
V.2 provides simplified real-time availability and pricing, enabling partners to show consistently accurate data as their users prepare to book.
Booking hold functionality
Using V.2’s new booking hold function, partners may reserve availability while their users submit purchase details.
Streamlined reviews endpoint
Our v2 reviews endpoint comes with functionality not available on the v1 endpoint, such as:
- filtering reviews by provider
- supplier responses
- traveler photos (accessed previously through a separate endpoint)
- helpful votes
- choosing to include non-primary
- filter machine-translated reviews
|Products/availability modified since||X||✓|
|Booking hold functionality||X||✓|
|Bulk availability ingestion||X||✓|
|Bulk product ingestion||✓||✓|
|Complete product details||✓||✓|
|Request-level product filtering||✓||✓|
V.2 offers more efficient inventory management
(average of 42ms)
(average of 16ms)
products or schedules can be
ingested per request
“A month after completing the V2 integration, we’ve already seen a 78% month-over-month increase in bookings.”
– Ethan Hawkes, CEO of PlacePass