How to add Tour dates/times to the LetsGoVirtually.com website
- Click Add Session in the top right (blue button) and select Class Session.
How to know if someone has booked your Tour
You will receive an email from Let's Go Virtually when someone books one of your tours, with the Subject Line that says, "You Got a New Booking!"
How to offer discount codes
How to add photos to your Tour page
Upload images here for use on your Tour page:
How to make changes your Tour Description or price
Send an email to with the changes you'd like made to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
When, how and how much do I get paid?
Virtual Tour Guides get paid on the 1st of every month via PayPal. If you need to update your PayPal email address, send an email to email@example.com. Virtual Tour Guides receive 75% commission on booking fees for his/her tour.
How will people find out about my Tour?
Let's Go Virtually will promote Tours in the following ways:
What equipment do I need to give my Tour?
Tours must be livestreamed using a smart phone with reliable cell service so they can be livestreamed via Zoom. Guides are required to ensure that the location where the tour will be given has good connectivity.
How long should my Tour be?
Tour times can vary, but at this time we are recommending the Tours be about 30 minutes with about 10 minutes at the end for Q&A.
What should I include in my Tour?
- A 30-minute walking tour should include about six points of interest.
What COVID-related protocols are required?
Do I need a business license or permit to give Virtual Tours?
It is your responsibility to check with your city to see if a business license or permit is required.
How much should I charge for my Tour?
At this time, it is up to you to set the rate of your tour. You will earn a 75% commission on booking fees for your tour. This policy is subject to change. If you'd like to change the rate of your tour at any time, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if there is bad weather during my Tour?
Tour guides are allowed to cancel tours with 24 hours notice. Guests who registered will be given a full refund. Please review the full Cancellation Policy.
What if I get sick and can't give my Tour?
Tour guides are allowed to cancel tours with 24 hours notice. Guests who registered will be given a full refund. Please review the full Cancellation Policy. You cannot have someone give the tour for you. Only approved guides can give tours.
Can I give Tours of more than one area?
Yes! We encourage you to try giving tours of different areas where you live. But each itinerary and tour must be approved before it will be available to book on the website
Will I be the only person giving a Virtual Tour in my town/city?
No. We will offer various tours in the same city, given by different tour guides, but we will not offer the same itinerary.
What if no one books my tour?
Since we are a new company, it will take some time to get the word out. You might not get bookings right away, but you will know 24 hours in advance if no one has booked your tour, so you will not need to show up for that tour.
Can I have someone else film me giving my Tour?
Yes! If you are OK splitting the commission with someone else, by all means, you can have a "camera person" on your team!
Can I have someone else answering the chat questions during the tour?
Yes! If you are OK splitting the commission with someone else, you can have a co-host at a computer, answering the chat questions while you are giving the tour. That person can also be unmuted to answer the questions live during the tour.