Divi is an excellent theme for building travel and outdoors websites. It integrates will with book plugins and its built-in modules are great for showcasing travel destinations. Fortunately, there are lots of child themes available so you won’t have to build from scratch. In this article, we’ll look at 9 Divi child themes for travel and outdoors websites to help you get a head start on your next Divi project.
These child themes are available in the Divi Cake shop. Simply click the images to see their product pages. The child themes are in no particular order.
Travel was designed to build websites for travel agencies, tours, resorts, and hotels. It comes with over a dozen pages including locations to show individual trips, hotel listings, and a hotel detail page with an accommodation post type that includes lots of custom information. The hero section displays a search feature to find your perfect vacation spot. The individual pages include this search within a widget in the sidebar. Booking is handled through the MotoPress Hotel Booking Lite plugin, which is integrated into the theme. It also includes PayPal for the payment gateway.
2. 5 Star Hotel
5 Star Hotel was designed with any type of hospitality website in mind. It comes with 10 pages with 2 designs for rooms and packages. A booking feature is built into the hero section of the home page with the pro version of the 5 Star Services plugin included for free. The child theme is optimized for HBook, Caldera Forms, and Divi Slider plugins (the plugins are not included except for the free version of Caldera Forms). It also includes 40 royalty-free images, a CTA in the menu, and an elegant layout.
3. Hotel Booking
Hotel Booking was made for hotels, resorts, beach villas, travel agencies, tours, and other booking websites. It comes with over a dozen pages to show your locations and accommodations. Pages include Services, Hotel by Region, Restaurant (with a food menu), Team, Package, Events, Spa, and lots more. Location pages include a search widgets in the sidebar to search for availability and book rooms. Booking is handled through MotoPress Hotel Booking Lite. It also includes PayPal for the payment gateway, breadcrumbs, Bloom with MailChimp integration, and more.
Holiday was designed for tours, travel agencies, hotels, inns, etc. It comes with 10 pages including pages for the destinations, hotels, tours, lists, categories, and more. The hero section displays a tour and hotel search with tabs to choose between them. Show images of the locations with the integrated Instagram feed. Packages are shown within cards and display the price and ratings on hover. Hotels are also shown as cards with the prices and ratings at the bottom. It also has lots of styled modules, breadcrumbs, icons, and MailChimp integration for Bloom.
5. The Divi Inn
The Divi Inn was designed for inns, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, and other types of rentals and accommodations. It comes with 7 page-layouts to show your accommodations including pages for a gallery, amenities, packages, and events. A styled CTA in the custom menu stands out. Gallery shows the images in a multi-column alternating layout. The Amenities page shows features with styled icons. The Packages page lists features and includes booking CTAs. Booking includes a customized form with package selection. The child theme also includes Instagram integration.
Oceanz was designed for any type of tropical vacation and beach-related travel destination websites to show off their locations. It comes with 5 pages including a blog, services, and service details. It has lots of styled modules such as blurbs with oversized icons, images, email form, contact form, blog, and more. Custom CSS provides unique hover animations that stand out. Sections have styled dividers to create ocean waves in two colors that let the background show through and full-width images in parallax. Royalty-free images are included.
Kendal was designed for travel and lifestyle bloggers. It has 22 different layouts and includes 4 home pages, 3 blog layouts, custom category, and archive layouts, WooCommerce integration with 4 shop layouts, and lots more. The home pages provide different options for the blog and slider layouts. The post layouts include several sidebar options. Sidebars are also styled to match the site, blending with the website perfectly. It has a clean design with a focus on content. A pre-styled layout for Bloom is also included.
Koorg was designed with websites for travel destinations such as zoos and theme parks in mind. It comes with 6 main pages that include Services and Enterprise to show what to expect at the location. Pages have a minimal layout in multiple columns with a focus on images and text that looks elegant. The child theme also includes stylish typography for a modern feel. Features include CSS styling, animated pop-ups, Contact Form 7 support, font icons, and more.
Ozma was designed for bloggers in several genres including travel blogs. It focuses on a clean design and photos make it a great choice for travel blogs. It comes with 7 pages that include 2 home pages, 3 post layouts (with sidebar options), and general page layouts with and without sidebars. The home page shows a section under the large logo area for popular posts as cards with images and overlapping titles. It also includes an embedded Instagram feed.
That’s our look at 9 Divi child themes for travel and outdoors websites. If you’re interested in creating a website for any topic around travel and outdoors, Divi has you covered. These 9 Divi child themes are great for hotels, travel agencies, bed and breakfasts, resorts, tourism websites, blogs, and lots more.
For even more Divi child themes be sure to browse the Divi Cake shop. If a child theme isn’t what you’re looking for, be sure to check the Divi layouts to see what’s available. You’re sure to find something to help you save time on your next Divi project.
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