Have you ever known that you have previously found something you wanted on a particular website but have no clue how to find it again? Google's ability to search within a website will set you on the straight and narrow toward your desired result.
Search Within A Website
To search for specific text within a particular website you can use Googles site:search to find exactly what you are after. This is one of my favourite Google search tools and to be honest I use it at least a few times a week and sometimes multiple times per day.
I'm looking for a trip on Intrepid's website that not only goes to Turkey but visits Oludeniz. I have already been to Intrepids Australian website and found the link for turkey, which I'm using to help narrow down the results to show trips only. I could leave it at just www.intrepidtravel.com, however that would show me blog posts as well and I want to look at trips. To format this search type "site:" followed by the URL (no spaces) and then a space and your search term.
Search - "site:https://www.intrepidtravel.com/au/turkey oludeniz"
As well as getting results for my search, I'm also shown images from Intrepid Travel that have the term Oludeniz in them which is really handy. As you can see below (and we can tell by the page naming convention) the first three results are Turkey Family Holiday trip, Hike, Bike & Kayak trip & Best Of Turkey. So voila! I've found three trips that Intrepid run in Turkey that visit Oludeniz!
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