It is often the men who cover all expenses for the trip. The site which now counts 600,000 members around the world was thought up by American entrepreneur Brandon Wade after he experienced a few dating strikeouts himself.
Part travel, part dating, the site continues to blur the line of the dating etiquette. So rather than going to a bar and then meeting someone and actually seeing if they like travelling, instantly there is someone, many, many, many options, actually, online and you can see, "Okay where do you like the travel, what do you like?
“On Miss Travel.com, there are thousands of frequent travellers who hate to travel alone.
These generous travellers are doctors, lawyers, bankers, athletes, executives and millionaires who are looking to travel with an attractive person like you.
Wade points out the "Escorts are not welcome" disclaimer linked from the home page.
Visitors to may miss that message initially when confronted immediately upon arrival by the image taking up most of the home page, a young woman sitting school-girlishly (short skirt, head tilted) on a pink suitcase.
There are three ways that this site proposes and members have the freedom of following any of those.
Another key element of the site is the background verification process that gives attractive individuals the confidence to travel with a stranger.
Basically, the site is divided into 2 distinct groups.
Whilst one group encompasses generous members who have planned a vacation and are looking for a good looking partner to take along, the other group encompasses attractive members who are in search of a wealthy host who can fund the entire trip.
"Are you attractive but you don't have the money to travel? "What if you could travel around the world, stay in five-star resorts, dine at top-rated restaurants and do the fun things travelers do, all for free? Male cartoons of doctors, lawyers, bankers, athletes and such pop into the frame, and the voice says, "Best of all, they have the money, and they are willing to spend it on you." No one on the site has gone on any trips that Wade knows about -- mostly because the site is so new -- and Misstravel does not arrange travel, he said.