Top 10 MLM Travel Companies

In today’s post, I am going to share the top 10 MLM Travel Companies, as I see it.

So many of us want to “live the dream.” Often, that dream entails traveling, but is there a way to travel and make money doing so?

According to many, there is! The way to do that they say is by becoming a member of a MLM Travel Company where you actually sell travel packages and recruit other members to do the same thing. In doing so, you can earn and win free travel and get paid at the same time.

Top 10 MLM Travel Companies

Top 10 MLM Travel Companies

I have decided to use various sources such as online and offline reviews to rate various MLM Travel Companies.

Keep in mind that I am not a member of any of these companies. The information you are receiving is unbiased and based simply on my opinion. I highly recommend that you research any company closely before deciding to join.

Now starting from #10, here are the top 10 MLM Travel Companies.

# 10: Coastal Travel Package

According to their website, this MLM Company is managed by a team of entrepreneurs. There are no names given, but I did do a WhoIs lookup and found the website created back in 2002. So this travel MLM company has been operating for quite some time.

What you do need to know is, “Coastal Vacations is NOT a seller of Travel and therefore is not licensed to sell travel. Coastal sells Travel and Travel Related Discount Packages that provide discounted access to many travel and travel related companies.”

I do see quite a few members offering the opportunity online.

Coastal Vacations is an association of entrepreneurs, professionals and home-based business owners dedicated to providing the highest quality vacation values and travel benefits on the market today, and making them available to their clients at rock-bottom prices.

Source: Coastal Travel Package

# 9: Pro Travel Plus

Pro Travel Plus is actually quite new; started in 2015 the CEO is Seth Fraser who has been involved with several MLM Companies.

Pro Travel Plus is a lot like #10, they just offer discounted travel opportunities.  As a member you get perks like:

  • $500 in travel vouchers
  • Up to 45% savings on luxury vacations
  • Etc…

I will say that the PTP website seems quite unprofessional and I am looking because I actually think the background picture is one I took last year at a beach here in Puerto Rico.

Essentially, Pro Travel Plus is similar to an affiliate program using a MLM business format.

# 8: GoodLife USA

Founded by Mark Seyforth and Edward Dovner, Goodlife USA is similar to the two previous MLM companies. It offers discounted services on travel vacations and lodging.

Both men have made their mark in MLM prior to starting this company. Seyforth partnered with Herbalife with a diet shake he developed and Dovner built a huge business with First Choice Armor & Equipment.

There are various membership opportunities and supposedly you can get huge savings. You can also make great compensation by signing up new members.

By eliminating all the middlemen from travel booking, we are able to offer Subscribers the absolute lowest possible price! Our partnerships with retailers, entertainment, travel wholesalers and other services return even more value for our Subscribers, and we’re constantly working to create more benefits for membership. We refuse to charge thousands of dollars for access to these savings as our competition does. That makes them not really competition at all… because you deserve value at a fair price from the first day you choose to live the good life!

Source: GoodLife USA

Monday is the most popular day for people to book their trips

# 7: Travelution

Just launched in 2016, we will see if this travel MLM will be a stud or a dud. Unlike the prior ones, Travelution turns you into a travel agent. You make commissions off travel sales and also from recruiting new agents.

The company is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida and the founders are Dave Manning and Faraday Hosseinipour. Both have ample experience in MLM and travel.

Being a part of the Travelution Family has opened up so many doors for opportunities to travel to some absolutely amazing places. We are truly blessed to have also formed some wonderful friendships on the incredible FAM trips. We love to travel, and it’s great to tell clients about our experiences, and assist them in finding the perfect trip..

~ Bobby and Vicki Lewallen, Master Travel Agent

# 6: Ibuumerang

Holton Buggs and David Manning teamed up together to found Ibuumerang. This company lets you share your travel website with potential customers. When they book travel they get nice discounts and you earn commissions. They offer a generous compensation plan and great training. The company is fairly new, but has grown rapidly in the past few months. They will definitely move their way up this list in the months to come.

Here at ibüümerang, you throw out good will and savings and you get rewarded with a travel savings bonus in cash!

The only way you can get paid is if your customer saves money!

A unique, very cool and fun way to earn additional income. Extra cash that can potentially become a life changing opportunity!

Source: Ibuumerang website

# 5: ROI Unlimited

At one time this company was based in Arizona, but I now see they have moved the headquarters to Boise, Idaho.

ROI Unlimited is a travel discount MLM Company and the founders were Fred Schwartz, CEO and Co-Founder and Brian Spangler, Co-Founder.

Depending on your membership level, you receive cards and perks to help you save on various travel vacations. And you can make money by enticing others to join.

The mission of ROI Unlimited is “to enhance and enrich the lives of its members through the collaborative efforts of all. To provide the highest quality products, services, support and financial opportunity possible and uphold its value with the up most level of integrity, honor and respect.”


# 4: Global Travel International

Founded in 2001 in Orlando, Florida, Global Travel International was founded by Michael Gross and Randy Warren as a high quality travel MLM company.

Global Travel International offers cruises, vacation packages, business travel, as well as group and incentive trips. From my understanding, Global Travel pays outstanding commissions to independent travel agents.

You receive your own website and a host of training materials. You can make money by booking travel or referring new travel agent members.

Our mission is to provide individuals with money-saving travel deals to domestic and international destinations, and to provide individuals with necessary tools to become independent travel agents.

Source: Facebook page

Travel opens your heart broadens your mind and fills your life with stories to tell

# 3: Zyndio

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, it seems that Zyndio and the Zyn Travel Portal are the work of entrepreneur Anthony Powell. Created in 2011, it seems that Zyndio provides extreme discounts on travel related services.

You have 3 choices when signing up which will allow you to travel cheaper and make money recruiting:

  1. Gold – $199.99
  2. Platinum – $499.99
  3. and Black Diamond – $999.99

Our goal is to make premier travel available to everyone, and empower our members with the tools to build incredible memories that will last forever. After all, money is transient, but adventures spent with family and friends is timeless.

Source: ZynDio

# 2: Traverus Travel

Formerly known as Paycation, Traverus Travel has made huge strides as a travel MLM Company. Dave Manning founded Paycation back in 2004 and it has been growing steadily since. Some of the many benefits Traverus home-based business owners have…

  • Access to the Success Travel Institute developed by DL Wallace and recognized around the world for its certified soft skills training.
  • Earn on travel.
  • Enroll in Xstream Travel University (XTU) and learn from top travel industry professionals.
  • Get a professional website that you can refer to friends and family to book their travel.
  • And a whole lot more!

With dynamic leadership and a compensation plan that seems to be loved by all, I had to make Traverus #1 on the list.

TraVerus Global Inc. was introduced as the new parent company of Paycation Travel, Xstream Travel and Xstream Holidays. These entities will continue to operate under the TraVerus Global brand as the company’s travel and leisure division.

# 1: World Ventures

With their headquarters in Plano, Texas, World Ventures is one of the biggest names in MLM Travel Companies.

I know there are many representatives quite happy with the money they have made selling World Ventures travel discounts and also recruiting other members. The company was started in 2005 by Wayne Nugent and Mike Azcue. World Ventures continues to be a top company in travel.

We’re a company built on the belief that work should be just as rewarding as it is enriching, and that progress is only possible when we’re growing together. Here, you have a voice. Here, you are part of our family.

Source: World Ventures

Final Thoughts

What are your thoughts? I know that many MLM Travel Companies have had their share of negative reviews.

Have you used any of these MLM Travel Companies before? Are you a member of any? If so, please tell us about your experience. If you are interested in becoming a member of any of these MLM Travel Companies, the links are listed in the reference section below.

You can post your comments and questions below. But please, if you have something negative to say, be respectable and don’t use names or we will not allow it to be published. Thank you and have a great day.

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81 thoughts on “Top 10 MLM Travel Companies”

    1. Yes, the travel industry is very lucrative. It’s a huge market and is very competitive, but there is also a lot of demand. If travel was my hot button (it’s not) I would have partnered up with one of these Travel MLM Companies.

    1. There are maybe 15-20 travel companies in the network marketing space that I know of. Competition is a good thing. Some are good, others are okay and a few are exceptional. I would tell anyone considering a MLM Travel Company to compare at least three different companies they like, do their due diligence and then partner up with the one that makes the most sense to them.

    1. I’ve heard decent things about the company, but don’t know a lot about it. If you’re considering Travelution, I would encourage you to take a closer look and research the company. If you like what you see, pursue it. If not, check out some of the other travel companies on this list.

  1. I know that travelling is not a priority now because of pandemic but once this crisis is over, I am sure that everyone will definitely want to travel again. Thanks for sharing this post.

    1. The travel industry did take a hit for a few months, but it looks like things are starting to pick up. I’ve flown a couple times since the pandemic hit and both of my flights were fairly full. That’s a good thing. I’m sure it will rebound by early 2021.

  2. Everyone loves to travel. That right there is a good enough motivation in putting up a business in this field. Of course there is more to it like the technical aspect etc etc but at the end of the day if this is your passion go for it.. I think it will bounce back once the smoke clears from this crisis.

    1. The great thing about these Travel MLM Companies is you aren’t a traditional travel agent. For the most part, the company handles those things for you. Your job is to find customers and other business builders and the company handles the details. I think it’s a win win situation.

    1. In my own opinion, it’s best to join an industry when things are bad. That seems to be when the fortunes are made. It’s kind of like the stock market. Everyone wants in when it’s up and up. When it goes down, everyone does the exact opposite: they sell.

      Yet, the investors who make the most money are the ones who buy during the bad times and sell during the good times.

    1. That is exactly why these Travel MLM Companies exist. The single biggest cost for most businesses is acquiring a new customer. Network marketing companies understand that. They also know that “word of mouth” advertising is the most effective form of advertising on the planet.

    1. Yes, it’s still fairly new. New companies do present a high amount of risk, but also a high amount of opportunity. If you’re considering this company, do your homework first and if what you find makes sense, by all means pursue it.

    1. I don’t believe one niche is any easier than another in the MLM arena. I personally prefer consumable products, but everyone I know also travels, so the opportunity is there.

    1. There aren’t many big service based MLM Companies. Of the top 20 MLM Companies, maybe 2-3 of them, if that, are service based. Services are always changed. Technology changes. But consumable products are always needed, used up, and reordered. Skin care, weight loss, beauty, and health products seem to dominate the market.

    1. Yes, World Ventures is a great company. I am not affiliated with them, but they are the big dog within the travel sector in the MLM Industry. They also have some great training.

    1. Yes, most people love to travel. I think it’s cool that you could travel the world, get paid to do it, and work from anywhere in the world. That is what some of these companies offer.

    1. You definitely need customers, but that should not be your only focus if you are doing a travel MLM Company. You also want to build your network of distributors so you can get duplication and take advantage of the leverage factor.

    1. I’d say there are currently around 20 different travel MLM Companies, give or take. It is hard to keep up. That is good for the consumer because you have options. If you do your due diligence I know you can find a good company that will resonate with you.

    1. What I suggest you do is get out a blank sheet of paper and then start comparing two or three of these MLM Travel Companies. Find out about the sign up cost, monthly cost, what’s included, etc. This will help you determine which company is the best option for you.

  3. Thanks for the information about coastal travel packages, I’d like to know more about how that MLM company works, its discount packages sound interesting.

  4. I imagine that things are not easy for them now as the travel industry is one of those who were massively hit by this pandemic. A few months back an airline had to downsize crews just to make things afloat and that is sad. I just hope that after this the industry can recover soon.

    1. Yes, the travel industry has been negatively affected by this pandemic, but I am 100% confident they will rebound. It won’t happen overnight, but the need and desire to travel will always be there.

  5. Love the companies you listed, especially the messages from Global Travel International and Zyndio. I agree that trips to different parts of the world are timeless and memorable and really cater to healthy living. Great picks.

  6. I’ve been looking for a solid travel-related business with high earning potential for some time now. Does anyone know what happened to Coastal vacations. They seem to have disappeared. Very few reps represent them any longer despite there being around for well over 20 years.

    Any comments from experience on Paycation or or Xyndio?

    How old is this report by the way?

    1. I plan on updating this list later this month. I will research any new Travel MLM Companies and potentially add them to this list, and also remove any companies that are no longer in business.

  7. This seems like it would be a lot easier than setting up your own travel agency. At least this way you have a backer. I wonder what the start-up cost is, and how that would compare to an independent agency, or even a time-share service. I will need to look into that. Thanks for heightening awareness for yet another MLM field!

    1. Lisa it is so much easier than setting up your own travel company and it’s great to have tons of support. I started one through a host agency. I love that I’m able to expand through being apart of a mlm. Much luck to you

  8. Almost everyone loves to travel. The idea of having a travel business sounds appealing to me. I’m not sure if being a travel agent is a better deal than promoting a MLM Travel Company, but it could be. I do like the idea of having leverage, and getting paid off your group’s sales, not just your own personal sales. For the right person, any of these MLM Travel Companies could be a great fit.

    1. I agree with you. I’ve found that most people love to travel, and want to travel the world, but can’t afford to. If they can join a business that gives them discounted travel AND allows them to earn extra money at the same time, I think of that as a win-win.

      Not only are their travel MLM Companies, but there are even MLM Companies that specialize in cruises. If this niche is something that interests you, I would consider comparing a few different MLM Travel Companies, so you can find one that is a good fit for you.

      1. I haven’t personally looked into travel companies myself but have two friends that were in different companies. Both seemed to enjoy it and were making the money to pay their bills. One was in it for the ability to work from home and make the money she needed while the other did it for the travel experience and discount. Both have said they would still be with the business today if it wasn’t for circumstances that have made them leave. One was medical condition while the other was personal.

        I plan to follow up with both of them and share their companies as well as their experiences with their permission.

        1. Travel is huge. Even with the health concern going around now, things will pick up again. I think the travel industry can be very lucrative if you find the right company at the right time.

  9. Wow. Great perks and benefits offered with these opportunities. I was already looking for a good MLM Travel Company. I think Pro Travel Plus has everything I am looking for. I will join them soon!

    1. Hey Nick,

      I don’t know much about Pro Travel Plus, but if you’ve done your research and like what you’ve found, I would say trust your gut and go with it. Good luck with your new travel company!


  10. Get paid to travel. Count me in!

    These MLM Travel Companies sound amazing. Do you know how their travel packages compare to buying a similar package from a travel agent?

    If they are priced competitively, I can see how this would be a very lucrative business to get involved with.

    1. Dorz,

      I’ve never checked out the prices of their travel packages, but I’m sure they are competitive, because they can buy packages in bulk. I would visit each company’s website and snoop around to see what you can find. Thanks for the comment.


  11. Thanks for providing such valuable info!
    I’m curious to know if any of these companies operate in India, as well.
    I’m based out in Bangalore and eager to kick start my travel MLM business from India.I have the potential to build a huge team over here. All I’m looking for is a trusted company.
    Many thanks!

    1. Pradeep,

      To the best of my knowledge, none of these companies operate in India. If a website visitor knows of a Travel MLM Company that does business in India, maybe they could reply to this comment to let you know. Thanks.


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