The integration with Karpaten Turism and its tour operator specialised in holiday destinations is ready for our clients.

The group was founded in 1996 and during these years of activity has gained “a top position on the Romanian tourism market, being one of the fastest growing companies in the country and one of the most successful tour operators”. They assure that their mission is to maintain this leading position on the local market “and to please both clients and partners. Our goal – they say – is to improve tourism in Romania and to make all requests come true, and the goal is to satisfy our customers and offer them unforgettable moments”. In this complicated 2021 Karpeten Turism won the first prize in the category Best Initiative to Support Global Tourism at the Romanian Top Hotel Awards.

Where do guests arrive at your hotel with Karpaten Turism?

From Romania.

What are the hotel contracting destinations?

Short-haul (15% of the tour operator’s market share) are Spain; Portugal; Italy; France; Croatia; Greece; Cyprus; Turkey; Egypt; Tunisia; Morocco; United Arab Emirates; Oman and Jordan.

The long-haul (which account for 25% of its market share) are Dominican Republic; Cuba; Mexico; Jamaica; Kenya; Tanzania; Maldives; Mauritius; Seychelles; Thailand; Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

What does the integration with Dingus bring to Karpaten Turism?

“Direct integration with leading leisure hotel chains”.


Connectivities are an essential and strategic part of Dingus

We are dedicated to each of them in an intensive way, ensuring not only that they meet the needs and priorities of our customers, but also that they offer the maximum possible functionality and profitability. As a technological partner of the hotel establishment for commercial management – from availability distribution to reservation management – and taking into account all the technical evolution of the sector, we consider as connectivities from the services added to the web (such as chatbots and sales reinforcement messages), to sales management tools, reservations and collections, through sales and distribution channels.

We have our own integration protocols, something that allows us to adapt to the technical, commercial and operational needs of each sales channel, making the most of the functionalities of our tools. And since we are constantly evolving them according to the needs of the market and our clients, we have the agility to transfer those product and market advances to our integrations. By betting on integrations based on our APIs, we achieve greater integration agility and the incorporation of sales channels to our portfolio, exceeding 500 connectivities.


Cristina Torres. Corporate communication and media relations